When a few agribusinesses have all the power, one choice by them can determine the course of a farmer's entire production. Will 2020 change that?
Impeachment may well be the right course, but the speaker might not have the votes for a resolution to pass in the House.
And research shows that both Democrats and Republicans likely only heard what they wanted to hear.
A new analysis suggests that Democrats should be worried about turnout in 2020.
For an issue on which so many agree—the rent is too damned high, especially in urban areas—housing affordability doesn't present one single obvious fix.
As Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, and Kamala Harris mull packing the Supreme Court, they'd be wise to turn to the lessons of FDR's failure to do so.
Pete Buttigieg and Julián Castro have made their faith a pillar of their political platforms, signaling potentially larger shifts within American politics.
United States Senator Chris Murphy (D-Connecticut) speaks during a news conference on health care on April 30th, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
American conservatives believe in white identity politics, a new survey shows.
House Democrats are offering $1.6 billion to implement new surveillance technologies at the border and add more border-patrol officers. Human rights groups are concerned.
Three prominent progressives all want to tax the wealthy to reduce income inequality, not just raise revenues. But their plans are different in key ways.
There are significant differences between what the Democratic and Republican parties hope to see the government address in 2019.
Putting climate at the center of the Democratic platform isn't divisive—quite the opposite. It's a uniting, winning strategy.
Media outlets have been quick to attribute women's electoral achievements to Democrats but the reality is more complicated than that narrative suggests.
The Texas secretary of state's office has asked the state's attorney general to investigate a democratic mailer that had a checkbox indicating citizenship pre-checked.
New research argues Republicans' us-vs.-them attitude gave the GOP an advantage by heightening party solidarity.
Members of the Libertarian Party were the most likely, according to analysis of hacked data from Ashley Madison.
The letter arrives as the White House is promoting First Lady Melania Trump's anti-bullying campaign for its "Week of Inclusion" event.
A group of Democrats has crafted legislation intended to bring conflicts of interest from industry regulators under public scrutiny.
It sounds counterintuitive—and would be a hard sell—but making the way the two major political parties nominate candidates less traditionally democratic could also make it more open to compromise and negotiation.
Next spring, expect political reformers to have all eyes on Colorado's unusual new open primary system to see if it causes more harm than good.