The president’s nonstop abuse of power seems determined to force a reckoning.
If the eyes of all people are upon America now, they are not witnessing an edifying spectacle.
The challenge to democratic values and institutions from Trump and his supporters is a page that will not turn.
Trump is turning the Republican Party against democracy.
Nobody does nothing as president, not even someone who watches television for five or six hours a day.
The president’s act of clemency was less about mercy than self-interest.
The Senate majority leader is rushing to confirm a nominee to the Federal Reserve Board, just in time for her to cause trouble for President-elect Biden.
The Republican Party now has two paths forward.
It should not take the largest voter turnout in U.S. history to guarantee that a president rejected by the majority of the American people actually stops being president.
The GOP is in danger of losing an entire system of political control.
In his last chance to win over voters, Trump could not establish an emotional connection.
Four risks to guard against now
Last night’s dueling town halls made clear why the president’s campaign is flailing.
America survived one Trump term. It wouldn’t survive a second.
A fly landed on Mike Pence’s head. And he did nothing.
Americans need to know who’s running the country.
Trump should never have been allowed anywhere near any public office.
In Cleveland, the president yelled, threatened, interrupted—and changed nothing. He’s losing.
His tax returns dispel all his pretensions to wealth and sacrifice, and his reelection campaign is running out of time.
A new package of reforms aims to patch a gaping hole in the guardrails of American government.