Both Democrats and Republicans keep retreating into their corners.
Depending on whom you ask, Larry Krasner is either embattled or thriving.
Instead of offering voters contrasting solutions to the same problems, the two parties are highlighting entirely different issues.
President Biden’s loan-forgiveness plan offers younger Americans the same benefits that Boomers have been afforded all along.
The Supreme Court’s controversial Roe decision continues to reverberate across the country.
To save the Republican Party, the defeated Wyoming representative may first have to destroy it.
White-collar suburban voters will play an outsize role in upcoming elections.
Tidy narratives about changing electoral outcomes often miss key data points.
From Texas to California, voters are enduring rude wake-up calls about the future of our country.
Democratic governors are showing the national party how to challenge the red states’ rollback of rights.
Democrats have a growing sense of panic about conservative advances but are not seeing a president who shares their urgency.
The great “convergence” of the mid-20th century may have been an anomaly.
The left desperately needs someone to stand up to Republicans’ rights rollback. Is Gavin Newsom up to the task?
The Los Angeles and San Francisco election results add pressure on Democrats to balance criminal-justice reform with public safety.
Documenting how a diversifying electorate might help Democrats is not the same as inciting fears about “replacement.”
The basic rules of American democracy provide a veto over national policy to a minority of the states.
The movement no longer depends on Trump himself.
Biden’s agenda is stuck. His party hasn’t figured out how to replace it.
As abortion rights are rolled back in certain states, the gap between the country’s two dominant political coalitions will widen.
Criminal-justice reform takes time, but voters might be running out of patience.