As Republicans begin the process of moving on, one number stands out among their attitudes about this presidency...
MixedTimes - Chris Stirewalt
Biden found the best way in was to promise to just be cool... Will it be enough?
The House voted 232-197 to impeach the president with support from ten Republicans.
The main responsibility rests with the ones who carried out the insurrection.
Two good questions for you to consider as events unfold this week for our country.
Time is tight and options are few before President Trump's term ends on Jan. 20.
This comes as top officials leave over Trump misconduct.
The closing days of Trump’s presidency will tell the tale.
Find yourself a Moonpie and a bottle of Coca-Cola and follow along as the votes come in.
The biggest political story in Georgia today is not about Tuesday’s two-seat Senate runoff election...
How will Kamala Harris and Mike Pence set their sails?
Why did Trump bother vetoing an elephantine Pentagon funding bill?
Meanwhile Pelosi pushing for bigger stimulus checks after Trump intervention.
Sore-loserism has become something of a requirement, with practitioners in both parties.
It's easy for us to imagine that everything used to be hunky dory in America.fox
We don’t know what the House rules are when it comes to suds on the floor...
How about some fresh nuggets to float in your cocoa?
Biden has some motivation in his trip to Georgia Tuesday.
Let’s imagine for a moment a future election in which we don’t have the Electoral College...
The Jacobinism that animated Democrats during the Trump era may come to dominate Republicans in the post-Trump era.
Biden's biggest test is still ahead.
The Trump campaign’s efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election ran aground Tuesday.
Biden's secretary of Defense pick Lloyd Austin would need the same kind of waiver from Congress James Mattis got.
Here’s a state that just went for the Democratic presidential nominee for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Come along, friends, and join us for a tale of yesteryear...
As we think ahead to 2024, there are some things to remember and some things to forget.
Is there anyone left in Congress who knows the old rules?
What bipartisanship can be, is an indicator that a proposal might succeed. Not always, of course.
What do Republicans in the twilight of Trump need to figure out?
To give thanks is an audaciously optimistic act, and America is an audaciously optimistic nation.
Let's look at some news nuggets to distract us.
When it comes to who’s-telling-whom, economic interests usually dictate political actions.
What we're trying to illustrate is that not all conspiracy theories are alike.
Things are getting tricky for Trump and his party.
We do not mean to be so hard on Jefferson, the idealistic young man of the First Continental Congress.
Biden’s first mandate: Not to be the other candidate.
What’s really going on?
Americans know they’ve had their fill of politics, and yet…
For President Trump, it is always Festivus.
Despite the fears and forecasts of chaos and destruction, Americans seem to be hanging loose.
With seven states still up in the air, a couple of scenarios present themselves.
In this very weird year, Americans are acting like the pros we are.
In a moment like the culmination of this year’s presidential election, we would all do well to explore the other side of our hopes.
After our moves today, we will have 13 competitive Senate races.
Let's take a look at Minnesota, Wisconsin and Georgia.
Nobody is fooling anybody about Arizona, this time.
As a matter of legislative flex, you have to hand it to the Senate GOP.
Are they the right or wrong tracks is the question.
Just because something is good and important doesn’t mean it will stick around.
Here's the latest installment of trying to explain to Wall Street what Washington is doing.
Let's look back at 2016, 1992 and 1980.
Trump has the “whatever, leave us alone” voters squarely on his side, but what about other voters?
Let's go back to 1894 when Rep. William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska was trending.
The Tar Heel State begins early voting today, and it is very much untamed.
The bond between presidential performance and the composition of the House has been ironclad.
The end of the election is three weeks from today, which is a good time for a bit of a rewind.
In just six corkscrew turns of retributive rationalizations, we can span two decades of the Senate eating its own tail.
We have adjustments to two Senate race ratings: South Carolina and Alaska.
Assuming Trump makes good on his word, there is no way to know the political value of his decision.
The vice president heads into his one-and-only showdown with Democratic counterpart, Kamala Harris, tonight.
Will voters want to hit pause?
Lost amid recent political news was the surprise announcement from Sen. Pat Toomey.
First and foremost, our prayers are with our president and first lady.
As it turns out, it’s a heckuva lot easier to get into a recession than it is to get out of one.
We’re not going to make you relive that awful, embarrassing spectacle with much in the way of blow-by-blow analysis.
It’s hard for us to see how the revelations about Trump’s taxes are a major mover in the campaign.
We have come so far in the years Ginsburg was on this earth.
Welcome to the game show in which contestants try to turn the utterances of President Trump into something useful for their team.
Let's take it back to Teddy Roosevelt's time in office.
There’s no real precedent in our time for this scenario.
What's the best course forPresident Trumpwhen filling JusticeRuth Bader Ginsberg's seat?
Voters may have noticed what’smissingfrom Trump’s reelection pitch compared to his campaign of four years ago: Immigration.
Dr. Redfield told Congress vaccine will be broadly available in late spring or summer.
It happened for several reasons.
Biden campaign manager defends the former vice president's pandemic-altered activities.
Let's take a look at some new swing-state polls.
Every year on Sept. 11, Americans share a dual remembrance.
An update of our Senate rankings for the home stretch of the 2020 campaign.
Reports from a new book by Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward.
President Trump could spend as much as $100 million.
Labor Day has long been the traditional kickoff for the fall campaign season.
Are you ready, America?
Whatever it is we won’t know until November.
Representatives from C-SPAN and NBC News on deck.
Offered defense of accused vigilante killer.
Are swing state visits in time?
If you thought your party was good, then it was – res ipsa loquitur.
Why should he get to deliver his convention speech from one of America’s patriotic shines?
The RNC tone suggests the Trump campaign understands the 2016 message isn’t a good fit.
Anyone who watched the first night of the Republican National Convention learned Tim Scott is killing it.
Here's what Republicans need to do this week.
Biden could have blown it, but he delivered.
Will the presidential nominee be able to deliver in his DNC address?
Former President Barack Obama to speak virtually at the DNC Wednesday night.
Night two of the DNC includes a joint keynote address by 17 rising stars.
Specifically a convention coverage bounce.
American voters, like mother bison, tend to react very poorly to too much eagerness when it comes to power.
President Trump continues his attacks on mail-in voting.
Time will tell what kind of running mate Harris will be.
Meanwhile governors are leery of Trump’s unemployment money.