Will Trump accept a 2020 loss? Well, in a new interview he again refused to accept his 2016 win.
Supporters of the five leading Democratic 2020 candidates want to see Sanders drop out of the race more than any of the other four.
The Warren-Sanders fight for Democratic liberals just got a bit more complicated.
Trump's ongoing fight against polling (and new numbers from Fox) lured me from paternity leave, however briefly.
At the beginning of Trump's time in office, migration plummeted. It makes the recent increase that much more dramatic.
A comment from Piers Morgan's interview with Trump made me curious about how the death toll on D-Day compared to gun violence in the U.S.
How people's rationales for liking or disliking Trump have changed since 2017.
Congratulations to the president on now having visited 12 Trump-branded properties since taking office!
If a Dem wins Texas, the 2020 race is all but over. Dem primary voters want a nominee who can win in 2020 above all else. Ergo, this Texas poll is especially good news for Joe Biden's bid.
There's overlap between two things in the news: Russian trolls making money from their 2016 efforts and YouTube not doing anything about Crowder's comments. The nexus, of course, is the economics of right-wing politics.
I ask this question sincerely, based in part on his interview with Piers Morgan: Does Trump actually understand how global warming works?
Out of curiosity, I pulled every reportable, individual contribution to a House candidate last year and figured out what percentage came from outside candidates' districts.
Social media has lots of opinions about Trump's tuxedo and his pants. So did a tailor with whom I spoke.
Biden trails Sanders by 7 among Dems under 45.
He leads Sanders by 35 among Dems 45 and older.
Older voters care more about electability.
Congrats to President Trump on hitting new record support among Republicans in a poll that apparently doesn't exist and which wouldn't be a record anyway.
Let's talk about semantics and intent and The Dress and partisanship and royalty. Let's talk about Nastygate.
There have been a ton of 2020 town halls in the past few months. Almost none have had any discernable effect on the race.
There's been a regular murmur suggesting that impeachment hearings could tank Trump's support as the Watergate hearings did to Nixon. A new poll reinforces my skepticism about that argument.
Counties that backed Clinton generated twice the GDP in 2015 as Trump counties. As a function of the number of voters, though, the difference was much narrower.
Barr's interview with CBS saw him vaguely hyping the Russia probe conspiracy while also making other inaccurate or contradictory claims.
Talked to a trade lawyer and pulled some numbers to try to explain what the possible trade war with Mexico would look like and why it's happening.
Considering only adult citizens in districting decisions would reduce the number of whites included by an estimated 20 percent nationally. It would eliminate more than half of Hispanics.
How Fox News' prime-time and morning shows worked to frame Mueller's public statement.
Trump was correct when he (briefly) admitted that Russia aided his election. He was incorrect in claiming that he hadn't helped Russia's effort.
Biden said America was more divided in 1973 than it is now. That's almost certainly not true.
As older people leave us and more people are born, people below a defined, increasing age are voting more than those over that age.
The Trump campaign leaked its nonwhite outreach plan to Axios. But what is it actually trying to accomplish?
For the first time, a member of the executive branch fully conveyed what Mueller's report said and the decisions he made.
Last month, Trump revived a claim he'd made about the tax cuts before they passed: That they'd be "rocket fuel" for the economy.
Unfortunately for that timing, a new CRS report suggests that they were not that at all.
Did you see that remarkable graphic showing how the U.K. has begun to eliminate burning coal for power production? I did a version for the U.S. ... that's much less remarkable.