In this episode of "The Breakthrough" podcast, the authors of a buzzy book on Clinton's 2016 bid for the presidency give an illuminating postmortem.
Several Republican senators, including John McCain, ended up siding with their party after keeping colleagues—and concerned voters—in suspense.
Wednesday's attack on a GOP sports team in Alexandria, Va., offers yet another lesson about gun control, but party politics have gotten in the way.
The interests of most Americans are lost in the struggles between the dominant sectors of both parties, which favor corporate interests over basic human rights and needs.
The Democratic presidential contender is back in public view, claiming she’s part of the "resistance"—but it’s just another selling point she and establishment Democrats are pushing.
Democrats also boycotted Wednesday's committee vote on EPA nominee Scott Pruitt.
Legislators worry that as attorney general, Sessions will act as a rubber stamp for the president and his policies.
"It's not a question of us working with Trump. It's a question of Trump working with us."
Just before the presidential election, a handful of conservative writers grappled with the extremism blooming within their party. Was it too little too late or better late than never? The author presents another question that is far more important now.
The progressive congressman said it's clear the president-elect is "not doing what he's said he's gonna do for average working Americans."