And research shows that both Democrats and Republicans likely only heard what they wanted to hear.
Of course addressing the climate crisis will cost money. The important question is how we can save and improve lives by spending it.
The president pledged to protect LGBT people, but instead has infringed on their rights domestically.
Republicans in Congress are focusing climate legislation on innovation and carbon capture—two procrastination methods also favored by the fossil fuel industry.
American conservatives believe in white identity politics, a new survey shows.
There are significant differences between what the Democratic and Republican parties hope to see the government address in 2019.
A dispatch from the Southern Republican Leadership Conference.
Media outlets have been quick to attribute women's electoral achievements to Democrats but the reality is more complicated than that narrative suggests.
The Republican senator has made it his primary goal to help the GOP continue winning elections, and by laying the groundwork for the Trump presidency, he's done just that.
American conservatives keep attacking left-wing academics for what the right wing is actually doing.
The latest deal, once again, kicked longstanding budget issues down the road, and puts more pressure on future generations.
William Emanuel has made decisions on NLRB cases that set beneficial precedents for clients represented by his previous employer.
"The only way to set the record straight is to make the transcript public," Feinstein said in a statement.
Paying for an education is already a difficult, if not impossible, task for many students. The republican tax bill won't provide any relief.
President Trump promised that he would end the carried interest loophole, but the most recent Republican tax reform bill leaves it intact.
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.
Eight former CBO directors have some harsh words for Republicans.
The partisan divide between Republicans' and Democrats' views of national institutions such as churches, universities, and the news media is rapidly growing.