“I’m challenging our presidential candidates to think about who we are as a party, what our core values are.”
Not with Trump, not with the Green New Deal, and not with the Democrats running for president
A congressman and combat veteran talks about what happens when the commander in chief has no sense of what life on the front lines is like.
Steve Chabot, a House Republican who helped lead his party's impeachment fight against Bill Clinton, explains why he’s unconvinced by the Democrats’ case against Trump.
The staff writer Helen Lewis explains the state of British politics ahead of next week’s pivotal general election.
Anne Applebaum joins Edward-Isaac Dovere to discuss impeachment through a global lens.
Listen to Jeffrey Goldberg, Danielle Allen, and Adam Serwer discuss how America is coming apart—and how they think it can be reunited.
Senator Tim Kaine reflects on what it took to make his commonwealth bluer than Massachusetts.
James Fallows spent decades covering national politics. For the past four years, though, he’s traveled the parts of America typically left out of the national conversation. And he comes back with good news.
How long does the truce last?
When America abruptly abandoned its Kurdish allies in Syria, a new cycle of violence began. How did we get here? And where will it end?
A former CIA analyst, Representative Elissa Slotkin of Michigan changed her mind on impeachment after Trump’s Ukraine phone call, leading her party to follow her lead.
The 2020 hopeful says Democrats need to think hard about which plans they can pass, not just which ones they can propose.
Members of the Clinton diaspora are pleading with the Montana governor to stay in the race, even if the rest of the country doesn’t know who he is.
McKay Coppins on which Trump sibling could succeed the president—and why it matters
This week, Beto O’Rourke took a bus out of New York. Not a campaign bus, just a regular old bus. Isaac Dovere joined for the trip, and they talked about how the presidential candidate has been changed by the recent mass shootings in West Texas.
Nine months ago, Defense Secretary James Mattis resigned in protest. As the last “adult in the room” at the Trump White House, what has his departure meant? And could his frank assessment of the president make a difference?
Annie Lowrey joins Edward-Isaac Dovere to discuss news of a possible recession, President Trump’s reaction, and why the last downturn is key to understanding today’s politics.
Once derided as a “novelty candidate,” the outsider Democrat is poised to hang on longer than many senators and governors in the 2020 primary race.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel talks about what it will take for Democrats to win back the industrial Midwest.