The government still doesn’t know what to do when members of Congress cannot serve.
Not just democracy is at stake this fall.
If we stopped using prisons to warehouse psychiatric patients, we could heal people and save tax dollars.
If passed, the Freedom to Vote Act will advance election-safety provisions in five major ways.
Rather than completely eliminate the procedure, Democrats should reform it so that it continues to exist for truly extraordinary circumstances.
Over five decades, the GOP has transformed into something I no longer recognize.
Disaster is avoidable—if lawmakers act now.
Congress must rethink the American approach to mental-health care during the pandemic.
What will happen if lawmakers can no longer meet because of the coronavirus?
Presidents can’t wave a magic wand and make single-payer insurance happen. Voters deserve to know how the 2020 candidates would really govern.
This year’s fight between freshman members of Congress and the House leadership is the latest in a long series of such battles—but it also differs in important ways.
The House of Representatives resolves inconclusive presidential elections—and while Democrats may hold most of the seats, Republicans control more state delegations.
In the wake of the Mueller report, Democrats should probe—not launch a formal inquiry.
This country is a better, more just, and cleaner place than it would have been without his service in Congress.
Congress and the president are prepared to do whatever it takes to shape the judiciary for decades to come.
Republican leaders have proven unable to enact any spending bills, despite controlling both houses of Congress.
There’s a case to be made that the United States is governed by the least scrupulous of its citizens.
GOP budget proposals take aim at one of America’s most significant bipartisan achievements.
The Republican Party laid the groundwork for dysfunction long before Donald Trump was elected president.
The Republican majorities in Congress gambled they could ignore Trump's misdeeds, and still get him to sign their bills—but it’s not working out as they expected.