Watch his YouTube videos and you'll understand why John Boehner picked him to lead the Benghazi select committee.
As the Republicans' scandal calliope winds up, this is as good a time as any to remind ourselves of what happened just a little over a decade ago, even as memories fade.
How can talks succeed when, throughout the negotiations, Israel is building on the very land that would comprise a Palestinian state?
Both kinds of justices take into account whether they're sympathetic to the plaintiff, not just what the Constitution demands. But a new study shows "in-group bias" much more in evidence among the conservatives.
Donald Trump's recent remarks highlight the candidate’s bigotry, but also signal a grim future for African Americans should he be elected.
Clinton’s announcement to expand the federal estate tax on the wealthy is a bold step towards addressing today’s skyrocketing inequality.
No institution today can bring out the immigrant vote like the old urban machines and industrial unions once did.
To succeed in her first match-up with Trump, she must meet his simian displays with the finesse of a ballerina.
Political scientist Megan Tompkins-Stange discusses her new book about the role of philanthropic foundations in education policy, and why they should be more accountable to the public.
Service workers' struggle for access to predictable schedules—and more hours—is slowly paying off.
Democrats’ longstanding failure to address inequality and insecurity among the white working class helped set the stage for 2016.
In both France and the United States, substantial numbers of voters feel deprived of voice and eager to identify with pugnacious politicians prepared to transgress what used to be the limits of political respectability.
As the birther controversy illustrates, Donald Trump seems to be dangerously immune from charges of hypocrisy, incompetence, or corruption.
Leaked documents from the investigation into the Wisconsin governor’s alleged campaign-finance violations show how dark money really works in modern politics.
The Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that rejected voting restrictions in North Carolina only because the Court’s current 4-4 split left the justices evenly divided. The stalemate underscores how the future of voting rights hangs on the high court’s composition.