With Kamala Harris out of the race, zero nonwhite candidates have qualified thus far for the last Democratic debate of 2019. Plus, the bread crumbs of the “Ukraine did it” conspiracy.
NATO was supposed to represent shared Western values. This year, disagreements rankled. Plus, the poisoning of a former Russian spy, and the disinformation war that came after.
Kamala Harris has dropped out of the 2020 race—less than a full year after a promising launch. Plus, the surreal, true story of President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Impeachment? What impeachment? The president’s base seems immovable—and one psychologist offers a fascinating new theory on why that might be.
Democrats have one more shot to make their impeachment case. Plus, why Rudy Giuliani likely isn’t going anywhere (hint: he may be a little too close to the action)
What to know about the New York Democrat picking up the impeachment-inquiry baton. Plus, how a Fox News host and his liberal mother get along
Meet the freshman representative from Missouri who wants to remake the GOP. Plus, how President Trump turned the military against itself
Ronna McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, won’t woo her Senator uncle on impeachment. Plus, Medicare for All as a rallying cry
Can they win over any other Republican? Plus, what Joe Biden can’t bring himself to say.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland said in his opening statement that yes, there was a quid pro quo. Plus, who will take the most punches at the fifth round of Democratic debates?
This is hardly the first time that Nunes has gone out of his way to defend the president. Plus, 2020 candidates who tick the right boxes, yet still aren’t taking off.
Rudy Giuliani’s son Andrew is one of the longest-serving members of the Trump administration. What does he do there? Plus, do different places have different personalities?
For what, exactly, should the president be impeached? Democrats who support impeachment are still trying to work that out. Plus, a history of Roger Stone
As impeachment continues, the president’s strategy of villainizing opponents is getting harder—there may simply be too many to choose from. Plus, Fox and facts.
The witness to watch today was William Taylor, who showed up with new information. Plus, a new candidate for Obama’s heir—and for the 2020 Democratic primary?
Where do parties—and people—stand before the impeachment inquiry’s public phase begins? Plus, Yoni Appelbaum on how America ends and Adam Serwer on the “false promise of civility”
Trump’s base includes rural communities, but rural areas aren’t uniformly MAGA. Plus, how a man with no experience in journalism or politics helped bring down the Nixon presidency
The billionaire centrist toys with a presidential run—yet again. Plus, Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda on the art in the age of Trump
“He just has no life,” one person close to President Trump recently told our White House reporter Peter Nicholas. Plus, why Rudy Giuliani is still around.
Republicans win in red states, Democrats win in blue states—or not. Plus: Amy Klobuchar’s Pete Buttigieg problem