A potentially more representative map that still underscores deep flaws in our system.
Two hundred-odd people have pled or been found guilty. One has been acquitted.
New Mexico Senator Ben Ray Luján is hospitalized with a stroke.
It appears that normal safeguards were ignored, leading to disaster on the set.
The evidence is pretty clear: vaccinations are key, not weather (but that won’t stop people from trying to say otherwise).
One party is divided on how to govern and the other is united in not governing.
It’s seemingly just a matter of time before recreational use is allowed throughout the United States.
States can punish Electors who substitute their judgment for those of the voters.
We won’t have whatshisname to kick around any more.
The erstwhile Tea Party Republican is making a run for President.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that states cannot punish electors who fail to follow the will of the majority of voters n their state or state laws purporting to direct how they should vote.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi suffered a major defeat on a signature issue.
Maine has become the eighth state to pass a law allowing terminally ill the choice to bring their lives to a dignified end.
A new poll of Texas voters shows President Trump doing worse than expected against potential Democratic challengers. Should Republicans be worried?
Justin Amash doubled down on his criticism of the President and his call for impeachment even as he came under fire from fellow Republicans.
Valerie Plame, the former CIA agent whose identity was outed during the Bush Administration, is running for Congress in New Mexico.
Ballot measures across the country would deny access to those who refuse to release tax returns.
It turns out there actually is a crisis on the US-Mexico border.
Following Donald Trump’s lead, the GOP is making clear that its game plan for 2020 is paint all Democrats as ‘socialists, baby killers, and anti-Semites.’
The American Civil Liberties Union has joined the list of groups with lawsuits against the President’s declaration of a “national emergency” at the southern border.
The lawsuits against President Trump’s “national emergency” have begun. Except more.
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld is preparing for a primary challenge against Donald Trump. He won’t win, but he could still have an impact.
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld has rejoined the Republican Party, leading many to wonder if he’s considering a challenge to President Trump in 2020.
Looking ahead, the political landscape does not look well for the President.
Whether as candidates or as voters, Democrats can thank women for many of their victories on Tuesday.
In addition to winning back the House, Democrats also made gains in Governor’s races.
The 2018 midterms were mostly about Donald Trump. The results were idiosyncratic.
The vise is tightening on the Catholic Church.
One of the people most responsible for the personal computer revolution has passed away at the far-too-young age of 65.
With the primaries over, we can say that it’s been quite a successful year for women in politics.
Several states are opening new investigations of the Catholic Church abuse scandal. It’s about time.
California is taking a major step in Criminal Justice reform by eliminating cash bail.
Gary Johnson was a successful two-term Governor in New Mexico. Now he’s making a bid to represent the Land of Enchantment in the U.S. Senate.
Notwithstanding his dismissive public rhetoric about the former Vice-President, Donald Trump apparently sees Joe Biden as his biggest potential threat in 2020.