He doesn’t seem capable of apologizing.
Tony Schwartz provides an alarming portrait of the Donald Trump he got to know.
The history of polling is rife with candidates who were behind by more than Donald Trump is behind in current polling and nonetheless won.
Our current Washington dysfunction is prompting a provocative debate over its cause.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson argues that a candidate’s speaking style tells us important things about what kind of president he or she would make.
Here’s a collection of straightforward bragging by Trump.
His statement about President Obama and the Orlando massacre is crazy, illogical and stupid.
The United States is much more addicted to ownership and possession and use of guns than any other nation.
Without providing evidence, Trump is implying that President Obama is a traitor.
For Obama to resign over a linguistic disagreement would lower the bar for presidential resignations.
This information came to light in an interview with Washington Post journalist Marc Fisher.
To hold up John Marshall’s confirmation as an example of better days when senators put the intent of the Framers above partisanship stands history on its head.
Friedman argues for a new party that would represent a sane, principled center-right alternative to Donald Trump.
The birthday of the first woman elected to Congress is Saturday.
Sanders pledges to support and work hard for the eventual Democratic nominee.
How it was possible that no one had done this sooner?
She believes in the self-serving and self-blinding notion of American exceptionalism.
The story of U.S. Supreme Court appointments is one indication that for all our challenges, things can get better.
A few thoughts on how to think about the campaign in the short- and medium-term future.
A new book traces more than a century of changes on what kind of “spin” was acceptable under the ever-changing norms of presidential politics.