President Joe Biden’s chief of staff called the Republican senator’s plan “encouraging.” So why does it seem to be dead on arrival?
The nearly 93-year-old sex therapist has survived a lot of trauma. But she’s ready to get back to normal life.
Vermont has weathered the pandemic better than any other state, making Phil Scott a surprising star in Bernie Sanders’s backyard.
The bloc’s power is growing fast. That could be bad news for the GOP.
People who work from home get fewer raises and promotions. But there might be a way to avoid the remote-work penalty.
His mind was made up about a 2020 presidential run—until it wasn’t.
Everyone expects Harris to run for president again one day, but her job requires her to avoid even the appearance of preparing for her political future.
The CDC’s surprising mask announcement was not just a public-health milestone.
The California law that gives voters the power to remove a sitting governor doesn’t make sense in an era of unrelenting partisan conflict.
Three years after his polarizing confirmation hearings, the Supreme Court’s 114th justice remains a mystery.
The modern Republican Party does not tolerate criticism of its once—and current—leader.
One hundred years after the Tulsa Race Massacre, community members still can’t get the federal government to recognize Greenwood’s significance.
It will take more than a onetime injection to Black colleges to make up for a legacy of racism.
Former Representative Will Hurd is trying to make the Republican Party more competitive—and more moderate. Can he succeed?
When an Associated Press correspondent broke an embargo to report news of the German surrender in World War II, he was pilloried for it. Three years later, he justified his decision in The Atlantic.
How conservative politicians and pundits became fixated on an academic approach
The president is willing to take on political fights that Obama and Clinton considered unwise, if not unwinnable. Will that strategy pay off?
Progressive communities have been home to some of the fiercest battles over COVID-19 policies, and some liberal policy makers have left scientific evidence behind.
The Philadelphia district attorney’s reelection bid will test whether a progressive prosecutor can survive a spike in gun violence.
The competing demands of work and motherhood have some white-collar women choosing part-time work—and loving it.