The president’s speech about the sanctity of the vote did not go far enough.
Following the Supreme Court’s recent Arizona decision, voting-rights activists know they have to act fast.
Today’s 6–3 Supreme Court decision is a hinge point for American democracy.
Republicans and Democrats have amassed divergent coalitions that will make coming elections especially competitive—and bitter.
Democrats are racing to revive their voting-rights bill.
The extent of the former president’s corruption may be too great for Americans to fathom.
Republicans around the country are proving Joe Manchin wrong.
In states where Republicans control the legislature, American life is rapidly changing.
Voting-rights advocates are scared that the White House isn’t taking Republican threats to the ballot seriously enough.
The bloc’s power is growing fast. That could be bad news for the GOP.
The California law that gives voters the power to remove a sitting governor doesn’t make sense in an era of unrelenting partisan conflict.
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.