A new bipartisan bill would revise how the presidential vote is certified. But it could come with risky loopholes.
The defeat of an anti-abortion ballot measure could buoy Democratic hopes for an outraged electorate this fall.
Tuesday’s statewide referendum will give Democrats an early hint of just how much the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision will motivate their base this fall.
Today’s January 6 committee hearing contained significant evidence suggesting the former president knew how the storming of the Capitol would unfold.
An agreement on drug pricing, climate spending, and tax increases would make the president’s legislative record look a lot more robust.
Lawmakers have been striking important deals lately. The lack of fanfare is intentional.
Last week was a momentous one for voting rights in America, and not just because of President Joe Biden’s urgent (if unsuccessful) plea for Congress to pass legislation protecting access to the ballot.
For the second time this fall, the Senate’s proud king of obstruction is caving to the Democrats.
Constitutional scholars are already worrying about another January 6 crisis, and they warn that the next election might be harder to save.