There will be no religious exemptions. For now, at least.
Let’s look at the numbers and the clear effects of policy choices.
The long shift of population from the Rust Belt to the Sun Belt continues—with the unusual exception of California.
The quasi-monopoly power of the world’s largest bookstore is problematic. Maybe.
The erstwhile Tea Party Republican is making a run for President.
Gina Raimondo has apparently lost her copy of the Constituiton.
The men who gathered in Philadelphia to write the Constitution were geniuses. But they couldn’t predict the future.
Even as candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders continue to base their campaigns on it, Democrats appear to be growing skeptical of ‘Medicare For All.’
A familiar name has entered the race for the Democratic Senate nomination in Massachusetts.
A new look at the allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh uncovers some new evidence.
The junior Senator from Massachusetts could be facing a big challenge in 2020.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi suffered a major defeat on a signature issue.
A months-long standoff is stopping hurricane relief.
Ballot measures across the country would deny access to those who refuse to release tax returns.
Princeton historian Sean Wilentz lays to rest a pernicious idea propagated by . . . Princeton historian Sean Wilentz.
Three Democratic Senators are suing the Acting Attorney General, asserting that his appointment was unconstitutional.
Another part of the country that was once a Republican stronghold is now almost completely blue.
Whether as candidates or as voters, Democrats can thank women for many of their victories on Tuesday.
Thirty-seven years ago, Ronald Reagan spoke out against hatred and bigotry in a way that the current President refuses to do.
The Kavanaugh fight is just another indicator of our national divide.
Just hours before hearings that will likely determine the fate of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, new accusations and revelations are coming to light.
Reports about tension between Defense Secretary James Mattis and President Trump are becoming louder, and it’s being suggested that Mattis could be out of office after the midterms.
What was once a rare symbol of national mourning has become so commonplace as to be meaningless.
Children are not political bargaining chips, but that’s exactly what this President plans to turn them into.
Eleven states plus DC, who have 172 of the 270 electoral votes needed to elect a President, are now part of the compact.
Students across the country are staging 17-minute protests at 10 am in their time zones.
President Trump continues to deny the reality of Russian interference in the 2016 campaign, and he’s failing to act to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
As with any such discretionary power given to police, it will surely be abused. But the Parkland shooting was yet another in a long line of situations where obvious “red flags” were ignored until it was too late.
The GOP’s potential troubles in 2018 don’t just exist at the Congressional level.
For some reason, Joe Lieberman is apparently the front-runner to replace James Comey at the F.B.I.
Obama has issued more commutations than all his predecessors combined. He set the single-day record Monday.
A controversial retired General has been tapped to be President-Elect Trump’s top White House foreign policy voice.
The fight for marijuana legalization advances in California.
A precursor to modern cable political news with an interesting past has passed away at the age of 89.
Democrats will consider changing superdelegate rules, but not as much as Bernie Sanders would like.