Republicans killed their parents and demanding mercy for being orphaned.
The most expansive firearms legislation in decades is likely to become law.
Ezra Klein discusses the dynamics of American conservatism in historical perspective. Plus, he helps illustrate a key problem that we have in thinking about American politics (IMHO).
An unprecedented manuever in response to unprecedented obstruction.
Anyone familiar with Betteridge’s law of headlines knows where this is going.
A year after the Capitol riot, DOJ is coming after the most violent perpetrators.
It doesn’t matter what I believe. It only matters what I can prove.
A historic achievement for the first-year starter.
They’re searching for good times. But just wait and see.
Representatives Choosing Their Voters Rather than Vice Versa, Chapter 412.
Officers are under enormous pressure–including from the Federal government–to write tickets.
A chance for a real investigation? Ruined legitimacy?
President Trump’s destruction of longstanding norms continues under his successor.
A bizarre development looks to upend it less than 24 hours after it was announced.
A third of the party’s Members of Congress voted against a popular bill.
The long shift of population from the Rust Belt to the Sun Belt continues—with the unusual exception of California.
The 6th Circuit is allowing a professor fired for misgendering a transwoman to sue his state university.
Many states are moving to a first come, first served basis for COVID shots.