Those who came close to seizing control of America’s fragile democracy remain in Congress and or government.
The President hopes he can get past the bitter partisanship that divides America to show that working together accomplishes more
For the first time in more than a decade, Republicans are waking up to a Washington where Democrats control the White House and Congress, adjusting
Washington couldn’t turn the page quickly enough from Donald Trump to President Joe Biden. Trump’s voice faded from the capital he had animated and antagonized
What happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was not an ad hoc protest, but a planned criminal attack on the American democratic republic by a mob determined to a violent overthrow of the representative government of the United States.
In a presidential election year that has thrown the country’s divisions into stark relief, Americans can agree on this: Misinformation about government and politics is
Congress sped toward reopening the government late Monday as Democrats reluctantly voted to temporarily pay for resumed operations. They relented in return for Republican assurances