The Republican Party enters the Biden era reeling from a series of tough election losses and divided over how to move forward without Donald Trump.
Despite the prevalence of homegrown extremism, domestic terrorism isn't a federal crime in United States. Should it be?
Moves by Twitter and Facebook to ban President Trump were met with applause from his critics and condemnation from his supporters
Placing the blame entirely on President Trump risks missing the many forces that set the stage for the assault on American democracy.
President Trump's attempt to pressure Georgia's Secretary of State to overturn the results of the election has prompted calls for impeachment and even criminal charges.
President Trump stood little chance of compelling Congress to change the stimulus package or defense funding bill. So why did he take a stand on both pieces of legislation?
The vice presidency has often been a springboard to the White House, but Mike Pence faces unique challenges if he hopes to become president in four years.
Joe Biden will enter office with the most aggressive environmental agenda of any president in U.S. history. Can he turn his plan into meaningful action?
A once-arcane piece of communications law has become a political flashpoint, with both Republicans and Democrats calling for it to be amended or eliminated.
The new 6-3 conservative majority gives the court opportunity to significantly expand religious freedom, potentially at the expense of other rights.
Hackers breached the computer networks of some of the top agencies in the government. Should the U.S. strike back or strengthen its defenses?
President Trump has claimed credit for the record-breaking speed of vaccine development. How much did his influence help, or hurt, the process?
Complaints about the Electoral College have been raised since it was created. Can the system be fixed or does it need to be abolished completely?
President-elect Joe Biden’s Cabinet selection process could be a microcosm of what his approach to governing will look like.
“If you’re looking to win elections, it is probably best not to urge your supporters not to vote.”
“Warnock’s portrayal of himself as a dog lover, a means of overcoming white suspicions of Black men, smacked of pure genius.”
“Trump has done damage to the Republican brand among suburban voters that goes well beyond just races where he is on the ballot.”
“Once more, Democrats must profusely thank activist Stacey Abrams.”
“Overall, demographic trends show that the state’s electorate is becoming younger and more diverse each year.”