Coming soon to your local police department: killer robots
San Francisco has opened the door, and police all over the country are likely to rush through it.By Paul Waldman
Trumpists are vowing to sabotage Biden. Act on this now, Democrats.
Hopes are dimming that Democrats will act to disable the debt limit during the lame-duck session.By Greg Sargent
How to tell if Republicans mean what they say about working people
They talk about being an anti-corporate workers' party, but when it comes time to help workers, it's a different story.By Paul Waldman
Biden is averting a railroad strike but missing an opportunity
He could do much more to stand up for American labor and challenge our ideas about work.By Paul Waldman
New Trumpist threats in Arizona make electoral college reform urgent
How the scheming of Kari Lake and her election-denying allies shows the need for reform.By Greg Sargent
Truth can defeat ‘gaslighting,’ the word of the year. But not always.
"Gaslighting" is the Merriam-Webster Word of the Year, and the problem is worse than ever.By Paul Waldman
How Trump is handing white supremacists huge propaganda victories
A historian of white power movements sheds light on Trump's dinner with Nick Fuentes.By Greg Sargent
A new type of reporter emerges: The ‘mass shooting correspondent’
Journalists are becoming veterans at covering the carnage of mass shootings.By Greg Sargent
Kevin McCarthy’s border trip shows how tired this stunt has become
Put on your olive shirt, gaze with steely resolve across the Rio Grande — and make immigration reform less likely.By Paul Waldman
Why Trump and Kevin McCarthy should fear a Warnock victory
Democrats can counterprogram the coming GOP wave of Benghazi-style investigations.By Greg Sargent
Donald Trump is back on Twitter. Here’s why we shouldn’t fear.
Elon Musk may have restored the former president’s account, but it’s not 2016 anymore.By Paul Waldman
How Marjorie Taylor Greene’s MAGA House will boost Trump
The hidden way that Republicans will use House probes to protect Trump.By Greg Sargent
5 big ways Republicans are coping with Trump’s 2024 run
Above all, Republicans seem determined to avoid telling Trump voters the truth.By Greg Sargent
Rick Scott’s Paul Ryanist fantasies are a big loser for the GOP
An ill-fated challenge to Mitch McConnell based on illusions about what the public wants.By Paul Waldman
John Fetterman made big gains in Trump country. New data reveals how.
The senator-elect outperformed Joe Biden in some of Pennsylvania's Trumpiest counties.By Greg Sargent
Republicans want Trump to take the blame. Good luck with that.
There's another elephant in the room that Republicans don't want to talk about.By Greg Sargent