The long marriage between Republicans and big business hits a rough patch.
The party’s signature election-reform bill faces long odds in Congress, in part because of the problems it seeks to address.
Government has none of the measures in place that other workplaces do to deal with bad behavior.
One hundred large vessels are lost every year because the maritime industry won’t apply the lessons of aviation.
The president invoked an unexpected source of inspiration.
The president drew a crucial lesson from his years in the Senate, but it wasn’t about the primacy of bipartisan cooperation.
State-level efforts to restrict the franchise may hurt democracy—and also, the GOP’s own voters.
In the contemporary American political system, the parties are always changing—but they don’t simply disappear.
New York’s governor is trying to fend off misconduct allegations with a familiar refrain.
Why was the New York governor’s reckoning so long in coming?
The former president’s appearance at CPAC highlighted a mounting problem for his party.
In his response to an adverse decision by the Supreme Court, the former president previewed an argument he’s likely to keep using.
A Senate hearing for President Biden’s attorney-general nominee is surfacing some big questions.
The senator’s error is not that he was deliberately shirking his duty, but that he couldn’t think of any way he could help.
The former president’s ruthlessness remains central to his appeal.
The House’s lead impeachment manager framed the attack on the Capitol as a desecration of what Americans hold most sacred.
Much of the legal wrangling serves to obscure the central matter before the Senate.
How can the party hold one individual accountable for espousing repugnant beliefs it previously indulged as a route to victory?
With each passing day, new tendrils of the former president’s efforts come into view.
The past four years made the usual bromides in Biden’s inaugural address sound newly fresh and relevant.