The climate-change movement must overcome its democratic deficit or fail.
His broken “Read my lips” pledge cost him reelection, but the 2018 midterms show that tax cuts alone can’t carry the GOP.
A court in Flanders, the country’s Dutch-speaking region, has decided to authorize criminal charges against two doctors.
The independence and impartiality of the federal courts is a matter of both reality and perception.
A proposal from the New Center would be immediately considered by Congress and the White House in a functional Washington.
If 1966 was a backlash against the Great Society, 2018 was a backlash in defense of it.
The partisan gerrymandering problem is real, but it’s on its way to being cured, with no need for federal judicial intervention.
Republicans must now reflect on how much better they would have fared this year if their standard-bearer had been perceived as somewhere within the historical norm for presidential behavior.
Before our very eyes, the parties may be exchanging core constituencies, as suburbanites trend blue and industrial workers trend red.
Polls suggest the race for Illinois’s 6th Congressional District is the closest thing to a pure toss-up in the country.