When two acquaintances in Atlanta sat down to find common ground on the Israel-Hamas war, they found themselves in a painful conversation about race, power and whose suffering is recognized.
A debate watch party at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library drew traditional Republicans pining for the policy debates of the past. They left happy.
More than 850 readers sent us their questions for the Republican candidates. Donald Trump was a hot topic, but not the only: “I don’t want to ask about the past,” one said.
In Florida, where Hispanic evangelicals carry outsize influence, many of their pastors view the budding 2024 rivalry as a sign of the potency of their unabashedly politicized Christianity.
Gov. Steve Sisolak, a Democrat, conceded to Joseph Lombardo, the Clark County sheriff who ran as a law-and-order Republican.
For Carolyn Broe and her family, the 2022 midterms have unfolded the way they have for countless others: with great bitterness and turbulence.
The debate, set for 9 p.m. Eastern time, will be the first and likely only one to take place in this closely watched Senate contest. Stay here for updates.
Blake Masters, a top candidate in Arizona’s Republican primary for the Senate, has accused Democrats of plotting to “import” new voters. That poses a challenge in a state where a third of the voters are Hispanic.
The decision is not final and the Republican National Committee must approve the choice during its summer meeting early next month.
Representative Mayra Flores is one of three Republican Latinas vying to transform South Texas politics by shunning moderates and often embracing the extreme.