Santos’s tenure, the vote itself, and where it all leaves us.
A debate that was billed as a chance for Ron DeSantis and Gavin Newsom to compare their governing philosophies really wasn’t about that, thanks in large part to the host.
Refusing to certify election results has emerged as an unpredictable anti-democratic weapon. Now it’s leading to accountability.
Biden is trying to tie the GOP to Rep. Lauren Boebert, who embodies the perverse political incentives in the modern Republican Party.
Trump has greatly expanded his lead in national polls. But that actually might undersell how much the race has swung in his favor.
New details suggest that a plan to get Vice President Mike Pence to step aside from presiding over Congress’s electoral vote count came closer to succeeding than previously known.
Yes, polls suggest his supporters would largely move to her. But it’s probably helpful only in one state, and it’s not nearly enough.
Trump has now previewed a new effort to “terminate” the law in his second term, even though the American people — including Republicans — are not really asking for that.
The pro-immigration moment that Donald Trump unwittingly ushered in has suddenly waned. And even many Democrats are quite concerned.
Like other recent former presidents, Trump has become at least somewhat more popular as an ex-president. A major 2024 question is whether that will hold up.