The president’s budget suggests entirely eliminating these bodies, from the Appalachian Regional Commission to the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Republican triumph in an affluent, educated Georgia congressional district showed GOP voters standing by their president.
The GOP notched victories in Georgia and South Carolina races to fill House seats vacated by Republicans tapped to serve in President Trump’s administration.
Georgians head to the polls to vote in a special election between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel.
The House speaker is pushing President Trump to embrace permanent reform rather than a quick jolt like the temporary cuts that George W. Bush signed in 2001.
The White House press secretary claims he hasn’t spoken with the president about basic issues, which is either a bizarre oversight or simply implausible.
The White House and the Republican leadership in Congress are doing their best to block disclosures—and it seems to be helping them enact their agenda.
Two architects of their party's last congressional victory argue Democrats need to recruit candidates who match their districts and offer voters a detailed agenda.
The daily appearance by the press secretary has become rarer, and moved off camera. Asked for an explanation, Steve Bannon said, “Sean got fatter.”
Democrats and Republicans are under intense pressure to pull out a win in Tuesday’s closely-watched special election.
His interventionism is a betrayal of all who supported him due to his claim that the U.S. “gets nothing” from the conflict and should “stay out.”
How a new kind of labor organization could address the grievances underlying populist anger
If the party cares about winning, it needs to learn how to appeal to the white working class.
In the past decade, liberals have avoided inconvenient truths about the issue.
How the Nobel Prize–winning economist James M. Buchanan shaped today’s antigovernment politics
A new resolution would finally put many long-running conflicts on a sound legal footing—but would grant the executive branch sweeping powers in the process.
The most famous Emancipation holiday is more necessary now than it has ever been.
In two First Amendment rulings released this week, the justices argue they're saving would-be censors from themselves.
Is the special counsel looking at the president? Did Trump fire James Comey on his own or because of a recommendation? On key questions, the White House can’t choose what story it wants to tell.
Democrats will begin using parliamentary tactics to disrupt Senate proceedings in response to Republicans’ secrecy in drafting a new health-care proposal.
The verdict could have significant implications for the case testing the Trump administration’s “travel ban,” barring entry of persons from six majority-Muslim countries.