Seven out of 10 Americans say "it's time we accept COVID is here to stay and we just need to get on with our lives." Politicians are taking notice.
Democracy means accepting results you're not happy about.
Donald Trump's candidates didn't do particularly well on Tuesday, but he continues to succeed at making himself the center of attention.
If the Space Force goes down before it ever got up on its feet, that's probably for the best.
Candidates who channeled Trump on immigration got roundly smacked.
He's not the first dead person to win an election.
The progressive wunderkind will bring to Washington an ambitious, expensive policy agenda.
It's unorthodox, but it makes sense.
Launch of statewide ranked-choice voting will help us see who best earns the support of independents.
Meanwhile, Alex Jones yells at horseshit.
I Don't Hate Trump Because He Is 'the Average American in Exaggerated Form.' I Dislike Him Because of His Policies and Temperament.
In the name of owning the libs, Yale's David Gelertner smears Americans as venal narcissists who can't agree to disagree.
Many Americans don't care about who is right or wrong; they only care about crushing political enemies.
He isn't the first president to do something like this. But it would be nice if he'd be the last.
The Senate should confirm or reject Trump's Supreme Court nominee before the November elections, poll respondents say.
Yet Another Set of Pre-Election Polls Gets It Wildly Wrong. Here Are Some Reasons That Keeps Happening.
Polling is hard and getting harder.
Both major parties are due for resets and everybody is running against his agenda.