Some of the Capitol rioters were much more dangerous than others.
As we assess Trump’s role in all of this, it is important to think through what he did (and did not) do.
Although, as usual, he maintains his odious approach to it all.
In a sane world, Joe Biden’s election win would not have come as a surprise. Alas . . . .
Another way in which the Framer’s really didn’t understand what they were creating.
Vastly more people died than needed to and the economy still crashed.
The Tara Reade allegations haven’t hurt the presumptive nominee with the party.
An 8-1 rebuke from the nation’s highest court.
Global vaccination programs have halted amid the pandemic.
It would be laughable, but the White House might be interested.
Why South Korea is so far ahead of us in fighting COVID-19.
Republicans are half as likely to take the outbreak seriously.
More evidence that Trump really doesn’t know what he is doing. (Or just doesn’t care).
Seeking to have a US citizen investigated by a foreign government based on innuendo is a major problem.
With just over two weeks to go until the deadline, the status of Brexit is entirely unclear.
A star NBA general manager may lose his job for expressing American values.
The past week has demonstrated more notably than any other that this President is not well.
For the most part, the third debate appears to have had little immediate impact on the race for the Democratic nomination.
As doubts about the health of the economy start to mount, President Trump’s job approval is starting to suffer.
This evening ten Democratic candidates for President, including all of the front runners, appear on stage together for the third debate of the 2020 election cycle.
Republicans from around the country want Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to run for Senate in Kansas. Because they’re afraid they can’t win without him.
The President’s approval is up and disapproval down after the latest incidents.
Tensions are increasing in the Persian Gulf thanks to a collection of actions by Iran, the United States, and United Kingdom.
Increased focus on conservative efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade appears to be rallying public support for abortion rights.
Democratic voters and donors appear to be narrowing their choices for a nominee down, which could mean a short future for a lot of current Democratic candidates.