Vermont has weathered the pandemic better than any other state, making Phil Scott a surprising star in Bernie Sanders’s backyard.
And what that reveals about attitudes toward Afghan refugees
The most powerful Republicans in West Virginia are backing a local favorite seeking reelection to Congress. But the former president’s wrath could sink him.
Why a GOP takeover in this fall’s midterms is not quite a sure thing
If Congress won’t approve more COVID funding, should the president go it alone?
As those around the president fall ill, the White House—and the nation—must adjust expectations.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine should be a GOP darling. What went wrong?
Cory Booker reflects on his emotional speech in support of Ketanji Brown Jackson.
At the State of the Union, Joe Biden can look abroad and find a popular cause around which he and a surprisingly broad cross section of the public want to rally.
Lawmakers have been striking important deals lately. The lack of fanfare is intentional.
The GOP learns what it’s like to be on the losing side of a redistricting power grab.
How hard is it to amend the Constitution? Even harder than you think.
Until Senator Ben Ray Luján returns, his party won’t be able to do anything significant—including confirming a new Supreme Court justice—without Republican help.
Vladimir Putin’s potential invasion has exposed a rare point of agreement between Democrats and Republicans.
Will Congress take the bold step of barring its members from trading stocks?
Tonight the president—and his party—learned the true definition of the phrase slim majority.
A progressive law in the nation’s largest city seems to be a step too far for national Democrats.
Stymied by Congress, the president could make $1 trillion in student loans disappear all by himself.
Here’s what went well … and what didn’t.
Build Back Better looks dead. Can Democrats rebuild it?
Conversations with disenchanted Democrats in deep-blue Brooklyn help explain President Joe Biden’s ongoing polling woes.