In an extended interview, the Reverend William J. Barber II explains why healing the soul of the nation will take more than returning to “normal.”
Joe Biden’s walloping victory in the popular vote didn’t translate down-ballot.
What can we learn from Anne McCloy, the local news anchor who has helped thousands of Americans get unemployment benefits?
The former Senate candidate from South Carolina wants to be DNC chair, and he won’t support defunding the police.
Counting every person in the country is already a massive challenge, but the census was no match for this year’s chaos.
How can Joe Biden build a government remotely during a pandemic?
Even children are feeling the anxiety of the 2020 political season.
He can’t and won’t overturn the election result, but he can cause plenty more havoc on his way out.
The risk of catching the coronavirus is much higher indoors.
Republican support for Trump’s election-fraud claims isn’t just damaging to Biden and democracy—it’s damaging to Republicans too.
Some experts think that at-home testing can stop coronavirus outbreaks, and that the government should have been doing more to produce the tests.
Representative Elise Stefanik embraced Donald Trump in her rural New York district and has reaped the benefits in spite of his defeat.
Andy Stanley, the pastor of one of the largest megachurches in the country, ponders the future of an influential corner of American Christianity.
“I want the Republican Party to feel spanked,” says Mona Charen, a writer at the Never Trump website The Bulwark.
The once reliably red southern state just flipped blue. Its transformation has been a long time coming.
Angry about his loss, the president can make life difficult for the officials he believes have crossed him.
Tom Perez, the head of the Democratic National Committee, won’t run for reelection. Jaime Harrison, who raised more than $100 million for a failed U.S. Senate bid, is positioned to replace him.
Joe Biden succeeded in bridging his party’s past and future coalitions—but the challenges of future elections are daunting.
Black voters helped save the president-elect’s primary campaign and put him over the top in the general election. Now they want action.
Conservative women in America’s suburbs helped make Joe Biden president. Are they welcome in his party?