The incumbent should win easily but turnout is low and the consequences dire.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a huge and historic loss in the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
The ground shook overnight in Southern California for the second time in two days.
President Trump’s first Supreme Court appointment has joined the liberal bloc on several cases.
The city by the Bay is rapidly transforming. Should we lament that?
Emperor Akihito became the first Japanese Emperor to abdicate the throne in 200 years today.
With the 2020 Campaign set to begin as soon as the 2018 campaign ends, Democrats find themselves facing an age issue.
Lost in all the news about Serena Williams and her arguments with an umpire during last night’s match is the fact that Naomi Osaka represents the face of what appears to be a Japan that is changing for the better.
Omarosa Manigault Newman, who used to be a Trump favorite, is out with a book that makes sensationalistic claims about the Trump Administration. The real story, though, is what she has on tape and how she got it.
Democrats have decided to move up the date of their 2020 Convention.
Will Bunch wildly exaggerates the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Once again, President Trump opens his mouth and proceeds to insult a good part of the world while embarrassing the country.
After nearly twenty years, the Republican domination of the Virginia House of Delegates came to an end thanks to a single vote.
Bob Corker, who has served in the Senate since winning election in 2006, announced yesterday that he would not stand for re-election.
Puerto Rican voters voted overwhelmingly for statehood yesterday in a referendum whose legitimacy is being questioned due to boycotts by opposition parties.
British Prime Minister Theresa May made it clear that she intends to move forward with Brexit.
By a narrow margin, British voters have chosen to send their nation, themselves, and indeed all of Europe into uncharted waters.
A bad day for the Clinton campaign.
Donald Trump racks up another big win, while Marco Rubio surges into second and likely saves his campaign for now.
Experts are casting doubt on North Korea’s claim that it tested a thermonuclear device earlier this week.
A political earthquake north of the border.
Another political earthquake in Washington as Kevin McCarthy drops out of the race for Speaker, and the House GOP doesn’t seem to know which way to go.
Nine people died overnight in a shooting at an historic African-American Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
Saudi Arabia’s new King has shaken up the Royal Family, and that could have interesting results.
New allegations regarding foreign government donations to the Clinton Foundation seem likely to become a campaign issue.
After nearly 20 years in office, Harry Reid announced early today that he would not seek reelection in 2016.
The next President will have a profound ability to shape the future of the Supreme Court, but that is unlikely to be the most important issue on voters minds in 2016.
A political earthquake in the Sunflower State that could have a big impact on the battle for control of the Senate.
A setback for supporters of Rand Paul in the Hawkeye State.
Chelsea Clinton is pregnant, and once again America’s political pundits are making fools of themselves.
Thanks to favorable polling numbers and candidate selection, winning the Senate may very well be in the GOP’s grasp.
So far at least, the 2014 elections do not appear likely to be a political earthquake on the scale of 2006, 2008, or 2010.
You know the Defense budget is getting tight when we can’t spare a few measly fighter planes to escort an imaginary character.
The good folks at The Guardian wonder, “Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex?”
Once again, a natural disaster has caused a common economic fallacy re resurface.