The survey finds sharp partisan divisions on views of sexual assault accusations in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
The president is campaigning across the country and talking nonstop. But how much will it help Republicans in November?
Gubernatorial and legislative races, along with ballot initiatives, could produce less partisan maps.
The impact will be felt in the midterm elections, at the Supreme Court and especially in the gender differences shaping the politics of the country.
Ford and Kavanaugh offer conflicting accounts as senators square off against one another.
Turmoil in Congress and the executive branch, spilling onto the Supreme Court, produce an overload of government’s circuits.
The judicial branch was never free of politics, but things are different today and the Kavanaugh fight underscores it
Authors point to issues or race, religion, gender and ethnicity, not economic anxiety, as the factors that brought President Trump to the White House.
High stakes and lots of close races spread across the nation’s time zones means the Senate races will have plenty to offer on Nov. 6.
The Democrats hope to take control of the House, and Republicans think they’ll hold the Senate. Those are just some of the dynamics that will play out over the next two months.
McCain leaves behind a giant legacy and a challenge to a different generation.
Democrats eye possible gains in states where Trump secured his electoral college victory. But Republicans are offering stiff resistance.
Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort face prison as Mueller investigation continues on its path.
Those who have seen presidents through times of crisis offer a harsh rebuke of Trump’s political use of his powers.
The former governor was the heavy favorite for the GOP gubernatorial nomination. It turned out he was the wrong candidate in the wrong year.
Racial and generational politics have shaped the past three elections; 2020 won’t be any different.
The contest pits Trumpian Republican Brian Kemp against liberal Democrat Stacey Abrams. Can she make history in a red state undergoing a political transition?
Trump operates on his own, and advisers are left to clean up, catch up or just shake their heads with the rest of the world.
The Helsinki news conference was the most memorable of the Trump presidency — which is saying something.