From the Center It’s been almost 40 years since Washington accomplished anything of significance on immigration policy. Over the course of a generation, the crisis has continued to worsen, but partisan-fueled paralysis has prevented any real progress from happening. That may be about to...
Notable fact checking coverage across the spectrum this week delved into claims about Senator Elizabeth Warren’s call for a probe into Elon Musk, Trump and Biden’s respective employment records, and the relationship between President Biden and mainstream media.
Notable fact checking coverage across the spectrum this week delved into claims about Elon Musk’s decisions with Starlink in Crimea, President Biden’s acknowledgment of 9/11, and shoplifting laws in California.
Notable fact checking coverage across the spectrum this week delved into what a Direct Energy Weapon looks like, if a Wagner Group mercenary was really on the Polish border, and just how unprecedented July's record temperatures were.
Leaders from the 31 members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) met in Lithuania this week to discuss the goals and future of the alliance as war continues on the European continent.
Wagner mercenaries briefly marched on Moscow last weekend after the group's leader claimed they were attacked by Russian missiles.
Framing the border problems in the context of opioids rather than immigrants presents a potential benefit for GOP candidates.
A leak of sensitive documents from the Pentagon sparked a federal investigation and worldwide scrutiny of the U.S. military.
It seems likely that GOP voters' support for U.S. aid to Ukraine will continue to shrink as the war continues.
Biden made a surprise visit to the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, meeting with President Zelenskyy and pledging to continue military aid.
The progress Biden makes on key issues may determine whether he'll get four more years in office.
As inflation continues to rise, media outlets have claimed one specific individual, or action is to blame. The truth is more nuanced.
Escalated Russian strikes on Ukraine and threats from President Vladimir Putin have raised new concerns about the conflict.
From the Center It’s a truism in American politics that voters pay little attention to foreign policy when casting their ballots. In the early stages of a foreign conflict with broad popular support, the party in power will usually realize some short-term benefit. And when public backing...
After more than six months of intense fighting and Russian victories in its invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian military is striking back with a large-scale counteroffensive.
China never went away, of course, but it will soon be much harder to ignore for a number of reasons.
Domestic political forces are constraining Biden from taking more concrete action on relations with Latin Americans countries.
Despite widespread support for Ukraine here in the United States, there are pockets of resistance emerging on the ideological fringes of both parties.