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
Sometimes the best defense is the ‘so what’ defense. If everything the Democrats said is true, it’s still not impeachable. If everything Lev Parnas said is true, it’s still not impeachable. That’s what
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, has replaced Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., as the most unpopular incumbent U.S. senator, according to the results of a new poll. Collins' net approval has
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.
(CNN) — It had been weeks since the House of Representatives passed articles of impeachment, and back home senators were getting pushed on what they believed a fair impeachment trial would look like. Sen.
Washington (CNN) — There's nowhere left for Republicans senators to hide. Come Tuesday, and the official start of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, it will become clear just how unpleasant the
Analysis: The chief justice has offered no clues about how he would approach the question of witnesses, but judges typically rule in favor of allowing relevant testimony. A major question looms over President
News organizations and journalists' advocates are challenging restrictive new ground rules for reporters assigned to cover the Senate impeachment trial. Correspondents who submit to an official credentialing