Businessman Greg Orman tries to appeal to disaffected Republicans, who he says see the GOP hopeful, Secretary of State Kris Kobach, as "incompetent and corrupt."
Democrats back a roster of firsts, while Republicans in Minnesota reject a familiar face in the GOP old guard in favor of a rising newcomer aligned with the president.
Primaries held in four states—Vermont, Connecticut, Minnesota and Wisconsin—featured names like Bernie Sanders, Scott Walker and Tim Pawlenty, along with those of a number of newer contenders.
The Republicans and Democrats are two faces of the same failure. And there will be no real hope of rescue by third parties until the American system of electoral politics is rebuilt from the ground up.
There is a very real possibility of a rogue constitutional convention—empowering extremists to radically reshape the Constitution, our laws and our country.
Manuel Oliver lost his son in February's school shooting in Florida. He has now made it his life's mission to control guns in the hope that no other parent will lose a child in the way he did.
Republican lawmakers are poised to hand even more money over to the institutions that need them least.
At the very least, the president suggested something that could cause his attorney general to be disciplined by the bar association that licensed him to practice law.
About half of the entire private-sector workforce has no employer-sponsored retirement plan. Several states are trying to address this, but the investment industry is aggressively seeking to block them.
The arrival of five twin-engine turboprops, used for short-distance regional flights, represents perhaps the last benefits the country will see under the nuclear deal President Trump withdrew from in May.