Exit polls in November showed that 59 percent of voters in House races favored “stricter gun-control measures.”
“Trump is present on every page, even though he’s never mentioned once,” the author says.
The retiring House speaker leaves behind a near-trillion-dollar debt and a Trumpian GOP.
The lame-duck Ohio governor has virtually no allies in the party and doesn’t know whether the country’s disenchanted centrists are numerous enough to propel a run for president.
If New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez wins reelection on Tuesday, he’ll have only Donald Trump to thank.
A win by the Democrat Scott Wallace in the First Congressional District would signal a blue wave that could give Democrats another three to five seats in the state.
A year after Congress’s last major attempt at Obamacare repeal, Republican candidates are airbrushing their history with the law.
The Senate next year could be more MAGA-oriented than ever—and the next senator from Utah isn’t likely to change that.
The former vice president is hearing mixed messages from Democrats about whether he should jump into the race.
A parlor game has begun to explain the South Carolina senator’s volcanic anger over the Kavanaugh nomination and his embrace of the president.
The ultimate vote on Brett Kavanaugh will most likely bring disrepute on the Senate and the Supreme Court.
Both parties make a plausible case for how they will benefit from a bad result on the Kavanaugh confirmation.
The 51-year-old research psychologist testified with disarming and convincing simplicity on Thursday.
Polls show a majority of women turning on Kavanaugh, but conservative women continue to support the Supreme Court nominee, even as they express sympathy for victims of sexual assault.
The president doesn’t seem to understand what lawyers do—including the ones trying to defend the presidency.
Weeks away from the midterms, Republicans are confronted with a widening gender gap.
The Trump lawyer’s talk-show gaffes have created a “fall from grace” narrative, but Giuliani’s days as “America’s mayor” weren’t all they’re cracked up to be.
The former president has stepped out to campaign for Democrats in the 2018 midterms in a way he never did as president.
Public servants used to quit on principle. Now, they leak to Bob Woodward and write op-eds in The New York Times.
In the swirl of headlines around President Trump and the White House, Vice President Mike Pence hardly merits a mention.