In almost every generation since 1880, some young men have decided it would be fine to kill a large number of people
These murderers do not have a conscience; they do not have any reflexive empathy or sense of humanity
How the California senator’s sex work record could prove a stumbling block
The most shocking thing about statements from mass murderers is how careless and slapdash they are
Running for the highest office in the land is a money-making exercise
Ratcliffe gets caught in the trap
Gabbard dismantled Kamala Harris because no one else had bothered trying
The insuperable obstacle the candidates faced was the stunning success of Donald Trump’s first three years
The president’s pick for the vacant director of national intelligence role may hit a roadblock
The progressive powerhouse made the most of CNN’s strange debate format
Exploring the burning subtext of a Democratic presidential campaign
Ten if you count the dog
The tepid centrists may not be inspiring, but they signify a problem for the likes of Sanders and Warren
The Democrats can’t resist Trump’s provocations, and they keep making his case for him
Opposing a federal hike isn’t just about political philosophy. It’s about practicality too
Is there more disaffection among conservative youth with Trump than anyone had surmised?
The special counsel’s performance evokes sympathy – but the president emerges stronger as a result
I almost felt sorry for the former special counsel
The president is becoming a symbol of good for everyone who does not think he is a symbol of evil
What to make of the freshman senator already dominating the Right?
His bleating about Rand Paul is pathetic
The Democratic circus is heading for the Midwest
Local advocates are skeptical of Democrats running away with the issue
Can Democrats rise above partisanship to condemn Omar for her rhetoric and campaigns?