Democrats shouldn’t let their focus on campaign issues distract them from impeachment.
Nunes wanted to make everything about party. Kent wanted to make everything about country.
The party needs a leader who can remind progressives and moderates what they have in common.
Voters want elections to be about them, not the narcissist in the White House.
The president could play a role in elections in three states on Tuesday.
The economic and cultural forces pushing toward polarization and fragmentation will be hard to overcome.
His reelection will hinge on the electoral college.
Trudeau has a second chance — with a catch.
Everything Trump does is designed to turn all criticism of himself into a socialist-liberal-radical conspiracy.
Going forward, she will need to confront challenges from both her left and her right.
The arrests of two Giuliani associates say a lot of about the dangers facing the U.S. electoral system.
For congressional Democrats, facts are their friends.
The feeling behind the polling numbers will matter in the elections.
Because things have suddenly become so serious, the brawling Democrats just might learn to behave differently.
Finding a way to strike the right balance will be difficult — and imperative.
Now they can’t let internal politics get in the way of performing their duty.
Republicans rally around him no matter what he does or what dangers our republic might face.
The battle at GM is a fight that unions and workers cannot afford to lose.
Questions about Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court itself will continue to haunt us.
After tearing each other apart for the first half hour of the Houston debate, the Democrats eventually came together against Trump.
The state’s special election suggests that suburban Democratic first-termers can feel hopeful about next year.
The Democratic presidential race has come down to three candidates, and then everyone else.
Brexit and America’s inaction on guns are the antithesis of democratic rule.
To move into the next economic era, we should recall the solidarity of past generations.
At some point, the majority will rise up against the blithe acceptance of the electoral college.
Public and private sectors can exist in harmony.
Some Christians’ tribal feeling of being under siege is carrying more weight than any doubts they have about the president.
Democrats’ chances of winning a majority took a modest step forward last week.
He is embarrassing our country — and weakening it, too.
Sane gun laws are the middle ground.
If Tuesday’s Democratic debate was overwhelmingly ideological, Wednesday’s debate was intensely personal.
Moderate candidates went in determined to upend the far-left front-runners.
Impeachment or no impeachment, Democrats need to keep the pressure on the president.
And Democrats make clear that many questions remain about the president’s actions in the 2016 election and in office.
Christianity can be misused, but it can also be a source of liberation.
The Supreme Court justice famously reminded conservatives of ‘the profound importance’ of post-Civil War amendments that finally wrote racial equality into our Constitution.
Being the opposition is difficult, but their only hope is to unify.
The GOP is fighting the most middle-of-the-road ways of getting people coverage.
A recent speech by David Miliband reminds us of the “democratic recession” happening around the world.
Loving a country’s ideals doesn’t equate to nationalism.
This time, for Democrats, winning really is everything.
But will her debate victory last?
No Democrat (and we can be thankful for this) tried to stand out in the ways Trump did in 2016.
Some advice to candidates as they head into the Democratic debate-fest.
Their focus is on the whole electorate, not Twitter.
Productivity and growth definitely matter, but so, too, does the value of our day-to-day lives.
Once more, the president waxed rhapsodic about his love affair with the North Korean dictator.
Democrats should publicly time-limit their forbearance.
With an election looming and the power on the gun issue shifting toward those who favor regulations, Virginia’s special session will test the GOP.
Your job isn’t over.
So, why would Democrats give in to this naked power grab?
Trump and the GOP put tax cuts above infrastructure and other public problems.
He goes on strike in the Rose Garden, grinding the government to a halt to keep his own secrets.
Here’s how to defend the right to life: support women and lift up the poor.
The high-living gun lobbyists do not have rural America’s interests at heart.
The House’s newest members know they were elected with an obligation to take on one of the most corrupt administrations in our history.
The president and his party are unwilling to take steps to avert an all-out political war.
A Center for American Progress study uses a new typology to define how Americans view foreign policy.
It is heartening to know that one person infuriated by what Barr did was Mueller himself.
Those who see Trump as a disaster will have to decide if they want tranquility over adventure.
Once upon a time, we could depend on justices regardless of party to stand up to a paranoid, power-mad president.
The bottom line is that rushing into impeachment — or summarily ruling it out — are equally foolish.
It may invite the start of an impeachment inquiry and a constitutional confrontation.
The cathedral burned at a time when the Roman Catholic Church is also burning in a different way.
A hint: It involves one of the most boring words in politics.
Why is Trump so afraid to release his tax returns?
Netanyahu’s decisive victory is the result of his brazen tactics of dividing his country and stoking right-wing nationalism.
The former vice president belongs in this fight.
Our forebears were willing to work on reform, so what are we afraid of?
What is William Barr up to?
The president can’t let go of the scandal.
President Trump and his minions’ celebration is wildly premature.
Trump's issues are not resolved.
The Democratic candidate makes a plea for integrating faith and ideology.
Democratic voters are fiercely serious and listening more to their heads than to their hearts.
His provocations constitute a call to conscience in the Republican Party.
Why not drop impeachment long enough to tell more people about what Trump is doing to them?
Surely Omar understands prejudice better than most people.
It is perhaps the most comprehensive political-reform proposal ever considered by our elected representatives.
They must appeal both to their left-leaning base as well as Trump-averse Republicans.
Pete Buttigieg makes a case for the big-league training he got in a small town.
It’s no wonder the president’s apologists sought to keep Cohen from speaking to a national audience.
It’s up to the current GOP to separate themselves from the president’s vitriol.
Nothing makes the privileged few happier than a left that becomes too maximalist to win, and then tears itself apart.
The president overreaching his authority is really the true cause for concern.
They should leave the incendiary tweets to Trump and keep the focus on his extremism.
The s-word never should have been an obscenity.
The president’s two-faced politics was on display Tuesday night.
Despite claims that he’ll try to sound bipartisan, Trump needs to depict a country facing a crisis.
If Schultz is serious about running, the backlash against him is appropriate.
The president’s cratering poll numbers show that only the true believers remain behind him.
Any deal to end this nonsense must include a measure akin to the no-more-shutdowns proposal from Sen. Mark Warner.
Only by examining the anti-government view in its unabashed form can we understand why rational negotiations are so difficult.
His testimony sent up red flags for those who care about the independence of the Mueller investigation.
Mainstream journalists greatly influence how we talk to one other about politics and should take this responsibility seriously.
The only path forward is for McConnell and other Senate Republicans to stop enabling the blusterer in chief and put bills on Trump’s desk.
Voters have just changed the face of government in our country — in both a literal and figurative sense.
The Democratic leader wants “America’s heart to be full of love,” but, for Trump, that’s likely to translate as tough love.
Worrying about the decay of national sovereignty does not automatically make someone a reactionary.
Political challenges to liberals and the left are also philosophical problems.