The leak of an initial draft majority opinion suggesting that the Supreme Court may vote to strike down Roe v. Wade overtook the national political discourse this week.
Many climate activists today believe that if Congress doesn’t act on climate change right now, we have no chance of survival. But the truth is, we have a number of reasons to be hopeful.
Over the next month, Trump-backed primary candidates in campaigns in Georgia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina will be facing off against traditional mainstream opponents
The day is not far off when party-line votes for Supreme Court justices become just as commonplace as they now are for congressional leadership posts.
Catchphrases can win the hearts of the intended audience while also being very polarizing, creating a similar motivating impact on the opposition.
Here's how the left and right analyzed President Joe Biden's first year in the Oval Office.
Presidential elections are fought in between the forty-yard lines. Midterms are won and lost on the goal lines.
Schumer has spent the last several months somehow expecting Manchin and Sinema to do something other than drop the political equivalent of an anvil on his head.
A few hours after Biden concluded his Jan. 6 remarks, a potentially uncomfortable challenge to the Democrats’ anti-Trump commitment emerged at the Capitol.
After relinquishing his support for the proposed Build Back Better bill, Sen. Manchin has been the subject of biased media coverage.
Harris’ defenders say criticisms of her are rooted in sexism and racism. But there may be even stronger historical forces working against her.
As the 2022 midterm election year begins in just a couple of weeks, the president and his team are very aware of the political toll that inflation can take on incumbent politicians.
Progressives are restless, and polls show that young people and minority voters are losing their enthusiasm for Biden.
Conversations about education require nuance and negotiation, which is not the way American politics works today.
These rapid shifts don’t happen often in American politics, and portend potential catastrophe for Democrats in 2022’s midterm elections.