When sincerity counts as honesty, accuracy no longer matters.
Term limits for presidents were only written into the Constitution after the second world war. And members of Congress can still serve as long as they wish.
An expert on Congress helps untangle the mess that is Kevin McCarthy’s life as speaker of the House right now.
AUKUS faces political challenges right now, and the next year may bring even deeper problems. Big-picture geopolitical realities suggest AUKUS will survive.
Recent opinion polls show American are very gloomy on both the economy and Biden.
Experts say remorse can serve as a catalyst for change, forcing us to confront our feelings of guilt and regret.
Some people are concerned that US democratic systems are stretched and under threat. An expert looks at the evidence.
Trump’s lawyers, and those prosecuting him, aren’t the only ones grappling with the problem of finding unbiased jurors in the age of social media.
Former President Donald Trump’s mug shot is in line with the traditional mug shots that arrested people first took in the mid-1800s and early 1900s, a police photography expert explains.
Although its content is essentially libertarian, the No. 1 song of the summer in the U.S. resonates with both some Democratic supporters and those on the Trumpist right.
Republican rising star Vivek Ramaswamy had a bump in the polls after a recent television debate.
Federal and state RICO charges, which target racketeering, have been applied to a wide range of crimes committed by politicians and business people over the past few decades.
Special counsels can help presidential administrations avoid the perception of bias, but they are not as independent as the independent counsels of the past.
A former executive director of the National Governors Association explains what it is about certain governors that makes them less suited for the presidency.
Trump has not been silenced. The limits on his speech protect fundamental rights − including his right to a fair trial by an unbiased jury and the public’s right to a working justice system.
Donald Trump’s decision not to take part in the first TV debate for Republicans who want to be the next presidents seems to have reaped rewards for him.
One by one, former President Donald Trump and his 18 co-defendants in the Georgia presidential election interference case turned themselves in for arrest at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.
From immigration and federal spending to Ukraine and the state of American schools, eight GOP presidential candidates had a lot to say.
Department of Justice prosecutors could have composed a technocratic document intelligible only to other criminal law insiders when indicting Donald Trump in the documents case. They did much more.
While a few Republican politicians have aligned with former President Donald Trump’s isolationist foreign policy position, most candidates continue to push for the traditional stance of engagement.