Dispatches from The Atlantic's annual live event in Washington, D.C.
The 2020 hopeful says Democrats need to think hard about which plans they can pass, not just which ones they can propose.
The former defense secretary said the greatest threat to national security is domestic disunity.
And they would probably benefit from confiding in more people.
The debate about President Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president
Richie Jackson and Andrew Sullivan disagree about how central being gay should be to one’s identity.
In an appearance at The Atlantic Festival, the former California governor leaned into his feud with the president—hard.
People expect companies to step up because other institutions are failing them, Bob Iger said at The Atlantic Festival.
The speaker of the House announced the launch of a long-awaited formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
The South Carolina Republican lobbies to keep American boots on the ground in foreign conflicts—but neglects some of the attendant costs.
In an interview on Wednesday, the California Democrat, who’s widely rumored as a presidential candidate, urged him to “stop being mean.”
The Arizona senator called Brett Kavanaugh’s interactions with lawmakers at a hearing last week “sharp and partisan.”