The Senate rule may be the best hope for the GOP in rolling back the Affordable Care Act, but it still might not be an easy task.
The health-insurance law has been a stimulus for many states. Doing away with it could upset their economies.
A Q&A with cybersecurity expert Michael Sulmeyer on today’s Armed Services Committee hearing and the intelligence community’s response to foreign interference
Republican plans to phase out the Affordable Care Act slowly still might upend health insurance markets in the short-term.
In a franchise first, Rogue One’s soundtrack isn’t helmed by the legendary composer.
A nonproliferation expert puts the president-elect’s latest remarks in context
A writer reflects on the burden of fatherhood in a nation that elected Donald Trump.
Court challenges to redistricting in North Carolina and Wisconsin could bring national changes in elections.
Confronting racism can be crucial, even when it’s not persuasive.
How the new secretary of Health and Human Services might help dismantle Obamacare
How identity politics helped give Democrats one victory in a disastrous election cycle
Donald Trump’s pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act threatens to harm the voters who put him into office.
The election of Donald Trump to the presidency reveals the true character of America.
Here’s how public-opinion surveys and election forecasters misread the outcome of the presidential race.
Some counties succeeded in suppressing voter turnout—but there’s much more to the story.
A conversation with The Daily Show host about his first cycle of American politics
The first week of returns for North Carolina show that the conflict over voter suppression rages on.
Political, social, and demographic forces in the battleground of North Carolina promise a reckoning with its Jim Crow past.
Will recent reports about challenges for Obamacare make health reform a bigger issue at the polls?