Even when the president speaks sense, there’s no trusting his execution of those words.
When Bob Corker says officials are trying to “contain” the president, he’s pointing to a long-term threat to democratic stability.
The rules for discussing firearms in the United States obscure the obvious solutions.
The most probable policy response to the atrocity in Las Vegas will be new laws allowing more guns to be carried into more places.
The Catalonia referendum has shown how violence inflames passions.
Trump would have done better to say a few things that sound real than a great many that sound false.
An accident of history is suddenly top of mind for modern Europe.
Colin Kaepernick and other athletes have a better claim on the United States’s symbols and their meaning.
Two authors, Mark Lilla and Henry Olsen, see a politics rejecting the broad messages of Roosevelt and Reagan for the narrow claims of victim-group grievance and purist ideology.
In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Sean Spicer demonstrated why those fleeing the administration may find it difficult to start fresh.
By leading with DACA, Trump puts immigration control on the path to failure.
What the president is saying by pardoning America’s second-most famous birther
It was a performance that seemed designed to garner immediate approval, and it failed to grapple with long-term challenges.
Charlottesville marks a new era of even bolder assertion of the right to threaten violence for political purposes.
President Trump is attacking the Senate for his own failures—and after Charlottesville, senators may realize the damage they’re inflicting on their own party by standing by him.
When the president’s opponents violate norms to undermine him, they do lasting damage to American security.
Trump’s failure in health care wasn’t tactical. It was that he refused to acknowledge or redress the fundamental issues.
With efforts to repeal Obamacare collapsing, the GOP faces a difficult landscape as it looks ahead to 2018.
The Senate majority leader is punishing and rewarding senators all at once—in ways that diminish everybody in his caucus other than himself.
With the president letting Putin off the hook for meddling in elections, it's up to the congressional GOP to defend the integrity of American democracy.