We asked two scholars to pick out what they viewed as the night’s biggest moments as Nevada Democrats get ready for their caucuses on Feb. 22.
Mistakes are not the same thing as fraud, and humans do a better job of determining that than algorithms.
Power of the purse, and investigations are two extremely useful tools at Congress' disposal to, at the very least, shine spotlights on Trump's criminal misdeeds.
Gaps in work history make it harder for stay-at-home parents to re-enter the work force, and it's harder for women who have stayed at home than men.
None of it good. Antonin Scalia? Rush LIMBAUGH? Trump degrades absolutely EVERYTHING he touches.
The cost savings is negligible, and the harm to those with disability benefits is tremendous. That's Trump for you. "Medical Improvement Likely" category really means "No More Help For You."
The alleged economic benefits of fracking touted by industry advocates have proven demonstrably false.
It's 1939 all over again, thanks to Trump's assault on immigration, and the Supreme Court's complicity.
Disinformation about Andrew Johnson has become a staple of Republican arguments opposing the impeachment of Trump.
Trump's backers say he is shielded from removal as no criminal offense took place. Well...
Some of the nation's top naval officers were forced to resign after being found guilty in a huge bribery scandal involving the Pacific Fleet and a Malaysian criminal businessman.
There are myriad reasons why many eligible voters don't make it to the polls. Laziness is hardly figures in.
A short history of governmental lying
Texas says the takeover is about improvement. It's really about racism.
Beyond the politics, international law and Middle Eastern scholar David Mednicoff from the University of Massachusetts Amherst addresses five key points about the legal status of the attack on Soleimani and the larger conflict.