Instead of fixing its core issues, a potential new amendment to the bill only highlights the problems with the effort to replace Obamacare.
The balance of power inside a White House doesn’t necessarily reflect the balance of power inside a party.
A new book argues that conversations about Muslims in America and Europe are about more than rights and freedoms.
The White House’s slow pace of hiring may hamper its dream of reorganizing—and shrinking—the federal government, says Max Stier of the Partnership for Public Service.
Republicans have held Georgia's sixth district for nearly 40 years, but Jon Ossoff could change that. We go inside his record-breaking campaign.
There aren’t many institutions in Washington and beyond championing the president’s nationalistic policies. But there are plenty trying to pull his agenda in a more traditional Republican direction.
With Trump in office, some people are experimenting with a new form of civic engagement: running for local office.
Writers like Rick Perlstein who find in 2016 evidence to validate their darkest views of Republicans miss the ways in which Trump’s rise is a story of discontinuity.
Tax March organizers estimate that tens of thousands rallied in Washington D.C., a far smaller crowd size than demonstrations following inauguration.
The Trump administration announced it will no longer disclose White House visitor logs.
President Trump has reportedly played golf 16 times since taking office—outpacing former President Obama, whose first documented golf outing happened…
The president’s policy reversals and the ascendancy of Jared Kushner raise questions about the future of the right-wing populists and the base they represent.
As tensions rise in East Asia, they highlight the dangers of Trump’s unpredictability.
The temptation to look for parallels in former (or hypothetical) presidents only obscures just how unsettled and unpredictable the current commander in chief actually is.
Conservative health-care analysts on why the GOP couldn’t come up with a stronger replacement for Obamacare
Ten questions for campus observers about the costs of the world that Silicon Valley built
It is more than accuracy that is under assault. It is the ability to identify contemporary culprits, and see clearly the damage that they are doing.
An ethical dilemma from the near future
In 2016, Captain Nathan Smith sued President Obama for issuing an order to engage in the battle against ISIS without congressional approval. Can his case clarify the debate over President Trump’s strikes in Syria?
In the four years since the Supreme Court gutted part of a landmark civil-rights law, state-level legislation has undercut the justices’ rationale for doing so.
Trump tweeted that “things will work out fine between the U.S.A. and Russia.”