How will the GOP recover from the Trump era? Pretend it never happened.
President Trump’s departure from office may be imminent, but the future of the party he’s leaving behind is less certain than ever.
The White House spent four years vilifying journalists. What comes next?
Perpetual outsiders, Mormons spent 200 years assimilating to a certain national ideal—only to find their country in an identity crisis. What will the third century of the faith look like?
At Steve Bannon’s Election Night party, bravado reigned. But reality quickly caught up with the Trumpism diehards.
Its “election-security operation” has the potential to wreak havoc next week.
President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis in the final weeks of the 2020 election puts the vice president under a microscope.
Former aides say that in private, the president has spoken with cynicism and contempt about believers.
Utah has thoroughly embraced voting by mail with no problems. Why can’t the rest of the country follow suit?
Republicans warmly welcomed voters into their post-truth convention.
The governor of Maryland is betting his future on a kinder, gentler post-Trump GOP. Good luck with that.
The path that led the Republican senator to march in a Black Lives Matter protest began half a century ago with his father.
The president’s photo op outside St. John’s Church was emblematic of his appeal to the religious right.
The surreal experience of flying during a pandemic, and the false promise of a return to normal
Media-bashing robocalls, chloroquine Twitter trolls, briefing-room propaganda—how the president and his allies are trying to convince America he was right all along.
Across the country, social distancing is morphing from a public-health to political act. The consequences could be disastrous.
As I hunker down at home with my family amid a global pandemic, I have a new appreciation for a strange religious tradition.
The president’s effort to play down the pandemic is being amplified by a coalition of partisan media, digital propagandists, and White House officials.
How new technologies and techniques pioneered by dictators will shape the 2020 election
Comparing the president’s behavior to that of an autocrat, the Republican senator explains to The Atlantic why he’s voting to convict him.