In the party’s bid to regain power, centrists and Bernie Sanders’s allies offer seemingly incompatible strategies—that target wildly different voters.
Official Washington has already moved on from the president’s bombing of the Syrian military, despite his paltry legal justification for doing so.
While the president can spin on whatever immigration-control measures he gets in the spending bill, between health care and the wall funding, lawmakers know the real score: Congress: 2, Trump: 0.
Conflicts over reproductive rights have raised questions about who the party will accept, and who it will reject, in its coalition.
The president has kept former President Obama’s order protecting individuals brought to the United States as children, but the administration is still taking enforcement action against them.
Trump’s tax proposal, a possible move to withdraw from NAFTA, the latest steps in cancer research, and more
The legal procedure for an “Amerexit” isn’t as straightforward as Brexit.
The nationalists in Donald Trump's White House appear to have come very close to persuading the president to sign an executive order withdrawing from the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Who wins (the rich), who loses (anybody who doesn’t like deficits), and why it might take a miracle for the plan to become a law
President Trump revealed a one-page plan to overhaul the tax code.
A botanical explorer collects seeds from plants threatened by mechanized agribusiness.
A Congressional hearing on a bill to revive the Yucca Mountain facility pits Nevadans against everyone else.
In its second about-face this week, the White House said it would continue making subsidy payments to insurers as part of the Affordable Care Act. Democrats were demanding the money as part of negotiations to avert a government shutdown.
The late Stanley Kunitz began his second tenure as U. S. poet laureate in 2000 at the age of 95…
Anti-government protests have escalated again in Indian-administered Kashmir, following violent clashes earlier this month.
… but he won’t cop to it.
Instead of fixing its core issues, a potential new amendment to the bill only highlights the problems with the effort to replace Obamacare.
Activists threatened to drag local Republicans off a parade route if they weren’t excluded from a local celebration. Organizers cancelled the entire event in response.
With conservatives endorsing an amendment to the party’s Obamacare replacement plan, the legislation’s fate rests with the GOP’s most politically vulnerable members.
The controversial cityhood movement recently created an unlikely political alliance and once again redrew the lines of metro Atlanta.
Kim Jong Un’s nuclear and missile programs represent one of the most dangerous challenges since the end of the Cold War. But there are opportunities to stop it.
The 20th-century Bohemian writer Johannes Urzidil fled his embattled birthplace just before World War II, never to return—except in the stories he wrote.
Whereas I went one day to the pharmacy to pick up a prescription, and the pharmacy was closed, and I…
“We like hard challenges,” the treasury secretary said at an event in Washington, D.C., shortly before the release of details about the president’s plan.
The Canadian singer’s challenging but beautiful fifth album considers nostalgia, the future, and loneliness.
That’s 100,000 years earlier than previously thought—and most archaeologists aren’t buying it.
Understanding how the disease evolves is the key to stopping it.
The Oscar-winning director died at the age of 73, leaving behind a legacy of eclectic, deeply humane filmmaking.
If you want to understand why the British Labour party under Jeremy Corbyn is careening to disaster, take a look…
New data suggests religious Americans with college experience tend to participate in services more often than their peers.