Republican Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct, announced he would run for Senate again. Plus: Who’s steering policy on Iran?
It’s Juneteenth. Cory Booker, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and others testified about reparations at a House hearing. Plus: Joe Biden faces heat for remarks about two segregationist senators.
Patrick Shanahan withdrew from consideration for secretary of defense. Plus: President Trump is formally announcing his reelection campaign today in—wait, what?
The New York Senator and 2020 candidate isn’t where she thought she’d be at this point in the campaign. Plus: The Supreme Court weighs in on racial gerrymandering.
The week ahead in national security. Plus: The U.S. says Iran is “lashing out,” but even if the two nations aren’t headed for war, the conflict is now ensnaring other countries.
How the job of White House press secretary became nearly obsolete. Plus: The Democratic National Committee announces the breakdown of the first primary debates.
The ghosts of 2016 haunt the Democratic National Committee as it gears up for two nights of debates. Plus: Sarah Huckabee Sanders is out as White House press secretary.
2020 Democratic candidates sniff at Bernie Sanders’s democratic-socialist ideas. Plus: How will the Green New Deal work? We may have to wait until next year to see.
Justin Amash leaves the Freedom Caucus. Plus: Trump weighs in on reports about Kim Jong Nam's 2017 assassination.
And 19 Democratic candidates piled out in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, over the weekend. Plus: Trump’s man in Moscow wants out.
The week ahead in national security. Plus: When Donald Trump sees immigration on the country’s southern border as one of the biggest threats to U.S. national security.
Even if you miss, you’ll land among the Mars: After the NASA administrator pledged to revisit the moon, Trump said the agency should focus on bigger goals.
President Donald Trump commemorated the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Plus: What lessons should Democrats draw from the Clinton impeachment?
Democrats pushing for impeachment don’t actually plan on challenging Speaker Pelosi. Plus: Biden breaks with other Democrats on abortion funding.
Trump loves pomp, but not under these circumstances. Plus: the centennial of women's right to vote.
For his signature bake, President Trump has taken his reality-TV penchant for drama across the pond. Plus: Is GOP resistance dead?
The week ahead in national security. Plus: A D-Day anniversary, and grading the Trump administration’s foreign policy (a B+ for the approach to China, a D for its ISIS strategy).
At least one 2020 presidential candidate wants to recreate some of how it was in 2016. Plus: Trump threatens tariffs on Mexico, and the future of Roe v. Wade.
Trump calls impeachment a “dirty, filthy, disgusting word.” Plus: A new proposal from Senator Kamala Harris could escalate tensions between states and the federal government.
Robert Mueller broke two years of silence, resigning from the Justice Department to “return to private life.” Plus: Are presidential tell-alls over?