The return of violent white-supremacist rallies to the city is a special threat to its African American community, but not a new one.
The independent scoring agency finds suspending cost-sharing reductions, if carried out, would increase the costs of premiums and also increase the federal deficit.
An appearance by White House official Omarosa Manigault-Newman underscored the divide between the administration and many African Americans.
Even the most feared white supremacists in the lore of Jim Crow were just regular white men.
Republicans and Democrats in North Carolina are locked in a battle over which party inherits the shame of Jim Crow.
It’s very possible that the activist-athlete will never take another snap in the NFL.
The idea of white victimhood is increasingly central to the debate over affirmative action.
The failed seven-month drama over rolling back Obamacare illustrates just how far the Republican Party has drifted from constituents and good governance.
The “skinny repeal” would eliminate Obamacare’s mandates, defund Planned Parenthood, and lead to 16 million more uninsured.
The Congressional Budget Office offered an estimate of Republicans’ last-ditch attempt to roll back Obamacare.
The methods Senate Republicans are using to try to pass a new health law are confusing, but still bound by some clear rules.
A conversation with Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap, one of three Democrats advising the president on “election integrity”
The Senate parliamentarian’s rejection of important provisions of the GOP’s Obamacare repeal bill puts its status in further jeopardy.
In an 11th hour push to repeal Obamacare, Republicans are leaning on a murky analysis that supports their plan.
The budget agency found the Senate’s new version of its Obamacare-replacement plan would leave the same number of people uninsured as the original.
The Kris Kobach-led effort faces at least seven federal lawsuits and claims of voter suppression as it moves to set its agenda.
With the latest draft of his Obamacare replacement defeated by Republican Party holdouts, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is re-upping an old strategy. But it’s hard to see why senators would sign on.
Journalism in two different eras of drug waves illustrates how strongly race factors into empathy and policy.
The Better Care Reconciliation Act already increases the risk of death spirals. Under new proposed additions, that risk becomes a near-certainty.
The 700 Club host’s 50-year enmity toward the Kremlin didn’t stop him from accepting the president’s policies.