The president is willing to take on political fights that Obama and Clinton considered unwise, if not unwinnable. Will that strategy pay off?
Biden’s plan: Go big or go home.
Neither party should feel confident about how Latinos are going to vote in 2024.
Republicans are making a risky bet by opposing Biden’s infrastructure plan.
All in the Family was the first program to genuinely reckon with the cultural upheaval of 1960s America. TV would never be the same.
How the president can partner directly with America’s biggest cities and suburbs—even in the reddest states
The voting-rights cause needs a prominent leader who can draw national attention to Republican suppression efforts.
If the party doesn’t pass new protections, it could lose the House, Senate, and White House within the next four years.
Progressives and moderates are split over Michael Barr, the president’s likely nominee to become one of the banking industry’s top regulators.
The stakes for Democrats’ election-reform plan couldn’t be higher.
Sixty years ago, many GOP leaders resisted radicals in their ranks. Now they’re not even trying.
Will they get rid of the filibuster if it means passing their voting-rights and election-reform agenda?
Tension within the Republican coalition over the Capitol riot could push GOP-leaning voters into the new president’s camp.
The insurrection could spur a federal-government crackdown on white-nationalist groups, as well as strengthen the case for systemic police reform.
The Capitol riot showed how the ominous tenor of contemporary GOP messaging could be fueling white conservatives’ extremism.
President Trump is the reason the GOP will likely lose its Senate majority.
The president-elect insists he can work with Republicans. Some fellow Democrats have doubts.
“In elections going forward, not trying to steal the election will be seen as RINO behavior.”
Justices’ drive to promote “religious liberty” may only become more intense.
Joe Biden’s walloping victory in the popular vote didn’t translate down-ballot.