Blackouts in Texas are the latest example of how America's power grid isn't built to withstand an increasingly unpredictable climate.
President Biden has called for moving teachers to the top tier of vaccine eligibility to help schools open. Would doing so be a mistake?
With the Senate choosing not to bar him from holding future office, it will be up voters to decide whether Trump is able reclaim the White House if he runs again.
Impeachment ended, as expected, with an acquittal. But that doesn't mean it won't have a significant impact on the political landscape.
Two plans have emerged in Washington that take widely different approaches to achieving the same goal: combating child poverty by sending parents money every month.
President Biden has vowed to make equality a central focus of his presidency, but can he turn that promise into meaningful change?
Should checks go only to those who need it most, or would targeting relief allow struggling Americans to fall through the cracks?
Despite all the jokes about galactic warfare, the Space Force's Earth-bound national security mission is no laughing matter.
A Democrat-led proposal to boost the federal minimum wage would put more money in workers' pockets, but critics say it would do more harm than good.
People of color have experienced a disproportionate amount of suffering in the coronavirus pandemic, but are being vaccinated at a lower rate than white people.
Democrats have the power to push through a new coronavirus relief package without any Republican votes. Should they sacrifice parts of their plan in hopes of gaining GOP support?
Evidence suggests that schools can be reopened without causing major coronavirus outbreaks. But there are still a number of forces keeping students out of the classroom.
Should coronavirus vaccine doses be reserved for the most vulnerable or should the focus be on swiftly vaccinating as many people as possible?
It seems unlikely that 17 Republican senators will vote to convict Trump, but some see reasons to believe it could still happen.
The filibuster creates a 60-vote threshold in the Senate that will make it impossible for Democrats to pass major parts of their agenda. Should they get rid of it?
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.
“How about we skip ‘he won’t win’ cycle and not do 2016 all over again. Trump can absolutely win another presidential election.”
“With independents deserting him, there is simply no path for Trump to get back into the White House — except as a tourist.”
“They might as well cancel the 2024 primaries...because there is no way he can lose.”
“The next Republican presidential primary will be heavily shaped by Trump — whether or not he decides to run again.”
“Donald Trump will not be running for president again. He will, however, continue to tease the possibility of a 2024 run.”