Peeling away preferences, a study shows impeachment is at the top of the list for Republicans, and is the second choice for Democrats.
It is worth exploring the election system in this country and who benefits from it.
Polls have a poor record on predicting behavior around social issues and disfavored groups.
She was crowned the perfect Democrat for 2020. Here’s what doomed her campaign.
Thanksgiving and Christmas seem to come earlier each year. Though the dates remain the same, the promotions from advertisers don’t.
The Judiciary Committee is holding a meaningless “hearing” where no witnesses will testify with respect to the facts of impeachment.
In the wake of an internet shutdown, one human rights researcher sifts through video evidence of atrocities.
The Democrats need a unifier. It could be the Vermont Socialist.
Most Americans view President Trump’s potential impeachment along partisan lines. But a crucial slice of the electorate remains undecided, with possible implications for the 2020 election.
Most college-educated Republican men oppose the plan, which otherwise finds wide backing. On Medicare for all, divisions are more starkly partisan.
The country will decide whether to legalize assisted suicide and recreational marijuana, and whether to decriminalize abortion. Conflict-averse New Zealanders may be pushed onto uncomfortable ground.
In October 1789, long before Americans made it a national holiday, President George Washington issued a proclamation calling for a National Day of Thanksgiving.
Because of our farmers, Americans are blessed with an abundance of nutritious and affordable food.
Dating back to “The Apprentice,” he has long grasped that cultural loyalties can animate Americans far more than high-minded principles.
Or society, for that matter. How did this preposterous idea leap to the forefront of conservative thinking?
Anxious about the cost of a single-payer health system, more voters now support the idea of a government-run plan that would compete with private insurance.
Unlike Presidents Richard M. Nixon or Bill Clinton, Mr. Trump will face an election after his impeachment battle if he isn’t removed from office.
The issues that led battleground-state polls to miss the mark in the last election could reappear next year, experts warn.