Vermont has weathered the pandemic better than any other state, making Phil Scott a surprising star in Bernie Sanders’s backyard.
Congress was frozen. Joe Biden’s presidency seemed cooked. What happened?
A new bipartisan bill would revise how the presidential vote is certified. But it could come with risky loopholes.
The defeat of an anti-abortion ballot measure could buoy Democratic hopes for an outraged electorate this fall.
Tuesday’s statewide referendum will give Democrats an early hint of just how much the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision will motivate their base this fall.
Former President Donald Trump could not be compelled to call off the mob that nearly destroyed democracy.
The senator from West Virginia continues to wield an unfathomable amount of power over the president’s agenda.
Today’s January 6 committee hearing contained significant evidence suggesting that the former president knew how the storming of the Capitol would unfold.
An agreement on drug pricing, climate spending, and tax increases would make the president’s legislative record look a lot more robust.
Mark Kelly made his name advocating for new gun laws after his wife was shot, but he didn’t play a central role in the big Senate compromise that passed last night.
Donald Trump’s plot to overturn the election was not a whisper, but a roar.
Even skeptics were surprised by the scope of the compromise.
The first of six House Select Committee hearings aimed to shape the president’s standing in the eyes of future voters.
The TV doctor’s primary victory owes far more to Donald Trump than a well-timed endorsement.
A devastating defeat in the Supreme Court could be a boon to the Democrats’ slim midterm hopes—if they can agree on the way to convert progressive anger into votes.
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?