The surprising impact of popular movements on judicial doctrines
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The president owes his wealth to government-subsidized housing, but his new budget slashes housing aid for the poor.
With Republican Representative Mike Pompeo gone to the CIA, Democrat James Thompson is hoping for the upset of all upsets in Tuesday's special election in Wichita.
He may repeal Obama’s Clean Power Plan, but states and cities can, and will, still do a lot to advance clean power.
Conservatives spent millions on ads to pressure Democrats to back Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court, one key reason many are now voting against him
The House Freedom Caucus leader—our Trickle Downer of the Week—wants to allow states to undo preexisting condition protections and thin out health-care coverage, exacerbating the deep policy inequities of the AHCA.
During the campaign, Trump made a lot of promises to balance U.S. trade with China.
A pattern is emerging in the administration’s scandal-defense playbook: Go after black women.
Republicans have made a key miscalculation in their decades-long strategy of attacking social programs.
Forty-nine years after King was assassinated, the left’s organizing vanguards seek to continue his work.
Leading Democrats could hold Trump accountable for his bizarre positions and offer more attractive alternatives every week.
Playing defense is necessary, but Democrats need some compelling ideas on offense as well.
The Republicans are about to start an ambitious tax reform effort. Here's where it will end up.
The Congressional Black Caucus got back to basics when they met with the president. But what they may get out of the encounter remains murky.