Somehow, Biden and McCarthy managed to resurrect the art of compromise in an extraordinarily uncompromising time.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced he is running for the Republican nomination in a bid to lead the "great American comeback."
In an election season when Republican elephants and Democratic donkeys are poised for a fierce battle for control in Washington, it’s beginning to look like next year’s elections could be decided by a mouse.
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Framing the border problems in the context of opioids rather than immigrants presents a potential benefit for GOP candidates.
The same nonthreatening persona that keeps Biden from scaring swing voters also prevents him from doing much to inspire his party’s base.
Republican candidates must decide whether to link arms with their party’s most conservative voters or edge away from them.
Trump has found a way to weaponize the potential of his own arrest as a motivator for core supporters and a cudgel against Ron DeSantis.
News sources on left and right are framing recent attempts to limit drag performances very differently.
A decision on whether to indict former President Donald Trump isn't expected this week, despite his prediction last weekend.
It seems likely that GOP voters' support for U.S. aid to Ukraine will continue to shrink as the war continues.
What is sparking this growing influence of conservative Christianity within the GOP? And does this development signal that Christianity is likely to play a bigger role in the future of American politics?
In a 2024 preview, both men used political visits to show off their positive characteristics to prospective voters.
America's partisan polarization can feel insurmountable, but at AllSides, we believe that cross-partisan understanding and respect can help bridge the gap. Here are five things you can do instead of buying into the idea of a “national divorce.”
Could partisan responses to the State of the Union be reinforcing the one-sidedness they aim to counter?
For all practical purposes, this week’s State of the Union address will kick off a re-election effort that will continue through next November.
While working in Congress from 2011 through February 2015 for a member who was part of the founding of the House Freedom Caucus, I saw firsthand the need for leadership beyond over-stated positions and the stalemates they create.
The question is no longer whether this is a progressive party, but rather what type of progressivism it's driven by.