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Jenna Johnson is a national political correspondent covering campaigns and voters. She previously covered the White House, 2016 presidential campaign, Maryland politics and higher education.
Many prominent Republicans and Democrats say they have never seen a nomination process this polarized.
As in 1991, when Anita Hill accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, judgments now are more often determined by partisanship, not gender.
One year into the dispute between NFL protests and President Trump’s criticism, fans say they are tired of the political division.
Police reports suggest the episode, which the Senate candidate has long acknowledged, was more serious than described in previous media reports.
The Texan’s U.S. Senate campaign is testing whether a more embracing approach or an angry fight will work best in 2018 and 2020 elections.
The Republican senator ends his career more popular with Democrats than with his own party
From their bus windows, the drivers and best friends see an increasingly bleak America.
The president has a formal system for decisions but often opts for the candidate who’s a “good guy” or airs provocative ads.
The president’s boundary-breaking success has prompted a caste of politicians to act, and insult, like him.
As they waited for hours outside the rally venue in the hot June sun, Trump's supporters applauded the president for doing his best and criticized the media for focusing so heavily on the issue.