Representative Mary Gay Scanlon speaks about having her car stolen from her at gunpoint.
Electoral-count reform is a narrow fix, insufficient for the many problems in the voting system—but it’s better than nothing at all.
Trump-friendly voters are expressing concern about a crisis that simply doesn’t exist.
A much more dangerous insurrection was under way in the inboxes of Trump’s inner circle in the weeks before January 6.
Trump is still king.
New revelations show the CNN anchor betrayed his obligation to his viewers.
Even a guilty verdict would not have answered the questions the case had come to symbolize.
The president’s approval ratings keep falling. The question is why.
Support an attack on Congress? No problem. Vote for Biden’s infrastructure bill? You’ve betrayed your country.
In North Carolina, GOP lawmakers are redrawing maps that are neither unconstitutional nor illegal—yet skew heavily in their favor.
Glenn Youngkin won without going full MAGA—and showed the possibility of a party that isn’t Trump’s any longer.
If Glenn Youngkin wins, Republicans will have a powerful template for how to run candidates when the former president is not on the ballot.
After years of trying, the U.S. Senate candidate from Ohio may finally have found his moment.
Republicans are holding up the January 6 insurrection—an effort to overthrow the American government—as the high-water mark of patriotism.
And he could win, fair and square.
A rare live performance of the jazz legend’s masterpiece, A Love Supreme, was thought to be lost to history. But it wasn’t.
After decades of gains, departments face a wave of retirements.
As violent crime rose in 2020, property crime continued a years-long decline.
Just because the new count of votes in Maricopa County confirms Biden as the victor doesn’t mean the debacle was legitimate.
What the data can’t tell us is why.