Months into his tenure, Trump still responds to controversies by lobbing the same charges at his opponents.
The Democratic Party has lost power at the national level and in state legislatures. Even so, Ruy Teixeira argues that liberals should feel hopeful about the future.
Two historians weigh in on how to understand the new administration, press relations, and this moment in political time.
If congressional Republicans challenge the president they risk a backlash from their base.
By excusing Donald Trump’s behavior, some evangelical leaders enabled the internet provocateur’s ascent.
“The notion that dangerous individuals could rush into the country in the timeframe of a week flies in the face of reality,” according to one immigration lawyer.
Dan P. McAdams, the author of The Atlantic’s June 2016 cover story “The Mind of Donald Trump,” shares what he learned about Trump and what might be expected during his presidency.
The president is taking the United States back to the nightmares of the world before the Second World War: closed borders, limited trade, and a go-it-alone national race to the bottom.
The president says he’ll reveal his choice to fill the vacant high-court seat next week.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer continued to suggest on Monday that the media is attempting to undercut the president.
Driven by opportunism, pragmatism, or fear, many begin to forget that they used to think certain things were unacceptable.
Over the course of the campaign, the comments left on the president’s official Facebook page increasingly employed the rhetoric of white nationalism.
Most presidents view inaugural addresses as a rare opportunity to appeal beyond “the base.” This was base-only.
The 45th President’s inaugural address encapsulated the risky gamble the Republican Party is taking on his combative approach.
“Trump is absolutely trying to attack our democratic institutions and to make the country more authoritarian,” one Democratic lawmaker warns.
They were Ronald Reagan’s allies during the Cold War. But some now want the president-elect to build bridges with Vladimir Putin.
Conservative women who oppose the incoming president must decide whether to stay in the GOP or leave.
Public-works projects have historically improved urbanites’ access to opportunity and quality of life. But they've also helped the privileged at the expense of the marginalized.
These voters overwhelmingly oppose the Affordable Care Act. Yet millions of them have gained health-care coverage under the law.
It won’t be easy for the party to win back voters lost to the GOP.