Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn ousts a spokesperson installed by the White House, while HHS removes a consultant close to him.
Donald Trump Is a Terrible Retail Politician. Will It Matter in November?
He might not be as personable as Joe Biden, but he tells voters he can get it done. That might not work this year.
The Middle East Just Doesn’t Matter as Much Any Longer
The United States has much bigger problems to worry about and limited resources to fix them.
Democrats Should Curb Their Enthusiasm for Mail-in Voting
Only about one-hundredth of 1 percent of in-person votes are rejected, whereas rejection rates of 1 percent are common with mail-in votes, and many states exceeded that during their primaries this year.
The Latina Progressive Who Faced Down Texas Republicans
Lina Hidalgo was mocked for taking a hard line on the pandemic. Then the cases started going up.
The Unlikely Kennedy Who Ended the Kennedy Dynasty
In losing his Senate race, Joe Kennedy III has freed his family from a political burden it has struggled to escape.
Trump Claims He Saved Kenosha. Wisconsin Voters Aren’t Buying It.
Wisconsinites might be souring on protests, but so far, they aren't embracing Trump.
In China, the ‘Great Firewall’ Is Changing a Generation
Once it seemed inevitable that the internet would create a more open society. Now it’s fostering young nationalists.
I’m a Body Language Expert. Here’s What I Saw During the Conventions.
What did people’s faces and gestures tell us, rather than just their the scripted speeches?
I Was a U.S. Diplomat. Customs and Border Protection Only Cared That I Was Black.
Most of my colleagues crossed the U.S. border with barely a glance. Why was I usually detained and harassed?
Take It From Eastern Europe: Now Is Not the Time to Go Soft on Russia
Vladimir Putin continues to undermine liberal democracy in Europe and beyond. America should not turn its back on that threat.
What the RNC Looked Like to Donald Trump’s Niece
“Hateful” and “mendacious.” And that was just Don Jr. and Ivanka’s speeches.
Yes, We Just Saw the Future of Conventions
For a lot of insiders, the “virtual” conventions weren’t a second-best—they were a breath of fresh air. Here are the tricks the parties should learn from the past two weeks, according to experts.
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