To defang impeachment is an invitation for presidents to ignore the rule of law.
There’s a very real possibility the legitimacy of the 2020 election will be contested.
Money has increasingly dominated American politics but the court case had little to do with it.
Rules for covering the Senate trial highlight changes in how we get the news.
The 45th President polls worse than other prominent Republicans.
One weird trick for knowing if a given action will affect public opinion on Trump.
For the third time in history, an American President has been impeached.
After months of silence, Maine Senator Susan Collins has announced that she is running for a fifth term in office.
The men who gathered in Philadelphia to write the Constitution were geniuses. But they couldn’t predict the future.
Alliance to party trumps alliance to branch.
Boris Johnson and the British Conservative Party scored a huge win in yesterday’s General Election, while Labour walked away with its biggest defeat in a generation.
In what many are seeing as a rebuke of the President, Louisiana voters re-elected Democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards over his Republican opponent.
While the economy is likely to remain at its current levels for the next year, that probably won’t help Trump and the GOP much.
The proof of a quid pro quo is coming from inside the President’s own Administration.
A custody case out of Texas raises issues about how to react to and treat a child who identifies as a gender different from their biological sex.
Elizabeth Warren took most of the fire during last night’s fourth Democratic debate, which will likely go a long way toward winnowing down a crowded field.
Beto O’Rourke wants to use government policy to punish religious institutions that don’t recognize same-sex marriages.
The Supreme Court returns to work today with a significant number of high-profile cases on its docket.
A startling statistic that hides a more comforting reality.
With election results showing his Likud Party falling short of a majority, Benjamin Netanyahu is joining his chief rival in vallsfor a unity government. Getting there would be complicated, though,
It’s still early in the election cycle but there’s plenty for the President to worry about.
As doubts about the health of the economy start to mount, President Trump’s job approval is starting to suffer.
Protests in Hong Kong have been going on for nine weeks now, but they are reaching a point where the patience of the leaders in Beijing is being tested.
Starting at 8:30 a.m. this morning, the eyes and ears of Washington and much of the nation will be focus on one thing, the testimony of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
The Trump Era is raising doubts about many things, including America’s most important alliance.
Some agree with him. Many others are cowards. But there’s more to it.
Later today, the President is expected to take some form of ‘Executive Action’ in an effort to get a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
Susan Collins hasn’t officially announced her intentions for 2020 just yet, but she looks like she’s running for re-election. If she does, she appears to be facing some political headwinds.
Is it possible, or even appropriate, to express pride in a country that is being led by a President who stands against everything this country stands for?
A convergence of OTB discussions.
The Republican Party is ruining the country. But so are the Democrats?
Rural Americans are much less likely to go to college than their urban counterparts. Is there a solution?
The first Democratic debate drew record numbers on both nights.
Four years ago, Donald Trump began his campaign for President. What has followed has been as bad as could have been predicted that day.
America’s Newspaper of Record has decided the backlash isn’t worth it.
The pro-Brexit Brexit Party and the anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats both scored big wins in the United Kingdom’s E.U. elections, while the two major parties suffered big losses.
Jon Bel Edwards is a reminder that our divide is cultural, not just partisan.
Based on the early stages of the campaign for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination, it appears as though the party’s progressive wing has misread the signals being sent by the party’s voters.