Vermont has weathered the pandemic better than any other state, making Phil Scott a surprising star in Bernie Sanders’s backyard.
Vermont’s COVID-19 surge could point the way toward an uncertain endemic future.
Will tax cuts for the rich really help Joe Biden’s party in the midterms?
Trump loyalists could be running polling places across Pennsylvania in 2024.
Progressives gave President Joe Biden a partial victory by passing his infrastructure bill, but the fate of the rest of their agenda remains as uncertain as ever.
Led by a candidate who neither repudiated nor embraced Trump, the GOP sweeps to victory.
President Joe Biden’s hastily announced framework for his “Build Back Better” plan doesn’t mean the deal is done.
The fate of the Democrats’ push for voting-rights legislation lies once again in the hands of one senator from West Virginia.
They predicted that nonpartisan redistricting commissions would make elections more fair, but Republicans might reap the benefits.
Constitutional scholars are already worrying about another January 6 crisis, and they warn that the next election might be harder to save.
Joe Biden’s economic plan is stalled in Congress because the warring wings of his party aren’t yet desperate enough to compromise. They could be soon.
They have President Joe Biden on their side. But will their ideological victory be empty?
One year after widespread protests, state reforms have brought accountability to policing, if not an end to brutality.
The historically libertarian organization now says that strict public-health measures protect freedom rather than limit it.
The answer to one of the most vexing debates in American politics is an idea that everyone hates.
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Representative Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey is threatening to derail the Democrats’ carefully laid infrastructure strategy. Here he explains why he’s not ready to fold.
Why was the administration so slow to evacuate U.S. allies in Afghanistan trying to flee the Taliban?
Democrats hold their leaders to higher standards than Republicans do. When they abandoned the New York governor, he had no choice but to quit.
The president won’t be able to celebrate the Senate’s bipartisan passage of an infrastructure bill until Democrats deliver the rest of his economic agenda this fall.
GOP senators may have blocked the infrastructure agreement they negotiated, but the president may still win.