Both major parties have claimed victory but it certainly looks like Likud will hang on.
A classic demonstration of the old maxim, “the medium is the message.”
Per-student investment in public colleges has not recovered from the Great Recession.
A bipartisan bill will protect the tax preparation industry at the expense of the citizenry.
Says “He’s pulling the rug out from the very people that are trying to help him accomplish his goal.”
Despite the obvious connection with the university’s namesake, the word does have other connotations.
The tumultuous turnover at the top of the Trump team is too much.
Are people fleeing blue states to avoid repressive taxes? It depends who you’re asking.
California Governor Gavin Newsome may have put the issue front and center for 2020.
Despite some obstacles, America’s armed forces drink other professions under the table.
The Israeli prime minister is engaging in a familiar but dangerous gambit to retain power.
“We have to be careful in balancing big dreams and bold ideas with also recognizing that typically change happens in steps.”
As many states contemplate restoring voting rights to felons who have completed their sentence, a leading Democrat wants to go further.
The Constitution’s invitation to struggle over foreign policy continues.
Princeton historian Sean Wilentz lays to rest a pernicious idea propagated by . . . Princeton historian Sean Wilentz.
The Justice Department has issued a damning report.
It now appears that the Attorney General is keeping publicly-releasable information hidden away longer than necessary.
Senate Republicans are pushing for the end of minority obstruction—and the Democrats can’t wait.
Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris are leading the field and Pete Bittigieg is doing surprisingly well.
While polarization in our national politics gets the most attention, several states also face serious rural-urban tensions.
In 2016, a crowded Republican field yielded an unlikely nominee. Could history repeat itself in 2020?
The replacement of Anthony Kennedy with Brett Kavanaugh is already having a significant impact.
After a flood of stories saying the former Vice President is unsuitable for the modern era, the inevitable pushback is happening.
He’s a national treasure who has been appropriately honored for a lifetime of service and sacrifice. But this seems different.
In some expert trolling, the Senate Majority Leader decries “mindless, undiscriminating obstruction for the sake of obstruction.”
Findings of “foreign influence, conflicts of interest, concerning personal conduct, financial problems, drug use, and criminal conduct” were dismissed.
The peril of not yet running for President include not yet having a campaign staff in place.
The early frontrunner for the Democratic nomination is drawing fire from multiple fronts. It may destroy his candidacy before it begins.
As a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely, the EU is taking things personally.
It’s increasingly challenging to discuss media coverage because we’re all consuming a hand-selected bit of it.
Scholars argue that the shifting media landscape is largely to blame for our political crisis.
Another demonstration that evidence doesn’t much matter in modern American politics.