A year ago, it hardly seemed possible that the country could become more polarized. Then came impeachment. Today, it is as if Americans are on two separate ships, facing each other across a harbor with
They may not be the biggest headaches for the GOP. Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) has a dreadful approval number (34 percent) for an incumbent; 37 percent disapprove. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) is doing a
Noah Berlatsky Trump voters motivated by racism may be violating the Constitution. Can they be stopped?
Republicans and Democrats alike have been unwilling to reprimand voters or to hold them accountable. But racist voting isn't an accident. If the Trump era has taught us anything, it's that large numbers
Analysis: The president is raising the stakes of his impeachment at exactly the moment Republicans want him to quietly walk away with a win. WASHINGTON — As his impeachment trial opens Tuesday, President
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article misidentified the leadership position held by Representative Kevin McCarthy,
What are the consequences of a second term of Donald Trump? To even consider the question sends the left-leaning mind into a paroxysm. Everything from nuclear war to the utter collapse of American democracy
As he heads closer to becoming only the third president in US history to face an impeachment trial in the Senate, a familiar pattern is emerging in the associations that got President Donald Trump in position.
"I don't think the Democrats have a great case for conviction..." Former congressman Trey Gowdy explained what he believed was the best piece of evidence that President Donald Trump's lawyers could use
(WASHINGTON) — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday broke nearly 72 hours of silence over alleged surveillance and threats to the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, saying he believed the allegations