If the Democrats and Republicans each have 50 seats in the Senate, who leads? Here, I answer the most frequently asked questions about this scenario.
A roundup of the best editorial cartoons I saw covering the insurrection and events at the Capitol on January 6.
Trump is a danger to this country and after the events on Wednesday at the Capitol, he must be removed immediately. Here’s what each of us needs to do.
Today’s joint session of Congress is about counting the state-certified Electoral votes, even though the GOP aims to make it more than that. You can expect chaos, but Joe Biden will still be President on Januaray 20.
2021 is getting off to a quick start with a new Congress, the balance of the Senate about to be determined, and a deeply undemocratic stunt by Congressional Republicans.
Just like we were, editorial cartoonists were pretty focused on saying goodbye to 2020 and welcoming 2021. Here are my favorite cartoons from this past week.
Political Charge’s annual look back at the positive political stories of 2020.
Political Charge readers made 2020 a great year — you all made such an incredible impact! Check out these numbers!
Editorial cartoonists covered the news and the holidays in this week’s roundup.
There’s a lot of confusion about what all is in (and not in) the new COVID relief bill. It doesn’t help that Congress also passed an omnibus bill, and items from both bills are getting mixed up. Here’s a quick explainer.
A story of strategy and persistence in Georgia to inspire all of us.
Editorial cartoonists cover this week’s top news stories.
‘Tis the season for spreading cheer. And you know who needs some? Election workers. Here’s a quick way to tell them Thank You!
The latest news about the Senate runoff races and GOP vs GOP infighting in Georgia.
Today the Electoral College meets to officially vote for president and vice president. Here’s what you need to know.
Editorial cartoonists cover Trump’s many losses in the courts, plus other news.
David Frum predicted that Republicans would reject democracy if they thought they couldn’t win elections democratically. We just crossed that line.
Redistricting will be a big story in 2021 and presents us with an opportunity to make some real progress.
The Washington Post set out to ask every congressional Republican if they acknowledged Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election. Here’s what they found, and what it means for us.
This week, editorial cartoonists took on the biggest news stories: the waning election challenges, the GOP pivoting, COVID and the vaccine, and more.
Every state expanded the options to vote by mail in 2020. But what happens now? How can voters insist that their state keep these options for future elections?