Trump Supporters Are More Likely to Vote Than Trump Opponents
A new analysis suggests that Democrats should be worried about turnout in 2020.
Viewfinder: President Donald Trump Arrives In Ireland Following U.K. State Visit
U.S. President Donald Trump disembarks Air Force One alongside First Lady Melania Trump after arriving at Shannon airport on June 5th, 2019, in Shannon, Ireland.
Why Progressive Cities in Conservative States Are Losing Their Political Influence
State lawmakers are increasingly using tactics that suppress progressive legislation being passed in metropolitan areas.
Viewfinder: Pakistani Citizens Vote in the Country's National Elections
Supporters of Pakistan's cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan, head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice) Party, celebrate on a street in Islamabad on July 25th, 2018.
Scott Pruitt Announces Clean Power Plan Repeal, Declares War on Coal 'Over'
The EPA begins the process to roll back a major Obama-era emissions rule, fulfilling one of Trump's main campaign promises.
The Congressional Bill That Puts Profit Over Public Health
The Regulatory Accountability Act would subject the rule-making process to red tape.
The Trump Administration Backs Away From Its Plan to Suspend the Transportation Greenhouse Gas Rule
Lawsuits by states and advocacy groups are effectively blocking some of the most egregious attacks on environmental regulations.
Trump and Democrats Reach Agreement on Debt Ceiling, Relief Aid
The deal is a blow for GOP congressional leaders.
How California Lawmakers Inadvertently Perpetuated the State's Housing Crisis
A move to eliminate the state's re-development agencies in 2011 effectively wiped out billions in revenues that were earmarked for affordable housing. Now Jerry Brown is trying to amend that problem.
Is Trump Making a Mistake by Furthering His Footprint in Latin America?
Analysts worry the White House's aggressive posturing will unwittingly boost Venezuela's embattled administration.
Trump's Nuclear Showdown With North Korea Is Decades in the Making
The biggest mistake the U.S. ever made was relying on human beings to keep the world from nuclear annihilation.
How Much Influence Does the Religious Right Have on Trump's White House?
Donald Trump has been courting conservative Christians hard since his campaign, but they don't appear to have influenced much policy.