The Democratic nominee insists that he can restore bipartisan comity on Capitol Hill. GOP senators suggest otherwise.
It’s impossible to square the attorney general’s latest speech with his own record in office.
Changing voters’ minds is famously difficult, but a recent progressive effort found real success.
A bizarre video posted by Michael Caputo may be a sign of things to come.
From the coronavirus to Russian electoral interference, the president keeps trying to paper over problems instead of addressing them.
The president is again profiting handsomely at the expense of those trusting enough to give him money.
Many of the president’s statements are difficult to decode—so why doesn’t that concern his supporters?
The president thinks that inflaming racial tension and provoking violence will aid his campaign. The numbers suggest otherwise.
The real message of the Republican National Convention is that the president can get away with almost anything.
The national conversation may have moved on from police violence, but the shootings themselves continue.
Joe Biden pulled off a tricky balancing act last night. Now he has to keep it up until November.
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The president today suggested postponing the November balloting, a move he lacks the legal authority to carry out.
The president sent federal agents into Portland with the apparent aim of inciting a confrontation.
The coronavirus has raised the stakes of a long-simmering conflict between red states and blue cities.
A fellow representative accosted the New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez—the latest example of behavior on Capitol Hill that wouldn’t be tolerated elsewhere.
President Trump is cobbling together something the United States has never had before—a national police force, used to quell protests.
The president is demanding that classes resume this fall—but his own failures are forcing districts to shut their doors.