Governor Jerry Brown is pushing the boundaries of what a single state can do to combat the threat, which grows more tangible with each record wildfire and hurricane.
One grassroots group has knocked on 400,000 doors since President Trump’s election. Those conversations suggest a mixed outlook for Democrats in future contests.
From Florida to Texas, November’s elections provide an opening for Democrats to shift the balance of power—and make up for lost ground in the heartland.
The Arizona senator’s insurgent challenge to George W. Bush harkened back to the early-20th-century vision of Theodore Roosevelt—and could still inspire those looking to take the GOP back from Donald Trump.
The fate of the House majority may depend on whether working-class white women turn on the GOP this fall—or simply sit out the election.
The party has a clear formula for victory in November: sweep America’s suburbs, and pick off a few other Republicans for good measure.
There are definite parallels between today’s protests and those of the 1960s, when Graham Nash wrote his classic anthem, “Teach Your Children.” But increased polarization means changes in tactics and goals.
Federal spending is falling precisely as the racial diversity of the country’s youngest cohorts is rising.
They don’t have to prove that they represent a majority of their party. They just have to demonstrate that the party can’t win without them.
The Supreme Court nominee has demonstrated an unequivocal skepticism about federal regulation of corporations.
Democrats can dodge a decision in 2018 over which voters they should prioritize. But by 2020, they'll need to make a choice.
From voting rights to the travel ban, GOP-appointed justices rubber-stamped the party’s agenda this term. Anthony Kennedy’s retirement will only further boost its prospects.
As long as Republican lawmakers support Trump’s hardline policies, they risk alienating their college-educated, and especially younger, voters.
He’s reprising a struggle within the party that was fought in the 1950s—with long-term results.
After California, the party could come close to retaking the House just by sweeping away the last remaining Republicans in otherwise blue-leaning states.
It’s not just the state’s unusual primary system that’s hurting Democrats’ chances to win House seats this year—so is the party’s weak bench.
District Attorney Kim Ogg is rapidly implementing progressive policies in Harris County—and she intends to be a model for the rest of her state.
The GOP is doubling down on its older white base—and hoping the more diverse Millennials don't show up to the polls.
The mainstream Republicans who won Tuesday’s primaries adopted the president’s nationalism.
As younger generations become more racially diverse, many states are allocating fewer tax dollars to public colleges and universities.