GOP nominee has history of jumping to dangerous conclusions – most recently after the New York bombing
The talent is there, but it's not being showcased and encouraged on a broader scale
In latest incident, Kentucky's governor said a Clinton presidency may necessitate bloodshed
Seemingly imploding on the trail, Trump gains in a national poll. WTF, America?
Flailing on race and immigration, his campaign in chaos, the candidate who made a brilliant farce of the election is now finding the joke is on him
Most political observers have a poor understanding of what motivates white working-class voters
Calling these people anything less than vile racists is morally reprehensible and intellectually fraudulent
Many of the same women who had to wait for the right to vote may be a deciding factor in the November election
Will an anti-voter-fraud program designed by one of Trump's advisers deny tens of thousands their right to vote in November?
"I immediately feared for my life," says Mark Hughes, the man misidentified as a Dallas shooting suspect last week
While the nation is gripped by new police killings, hope quietly fades in the Eric Garner case
Political scientists note that, essentially, all politics are "identity politics"
We already know whose lives matter in America
Stein discusses her plans to do away with student debt, combat climate change and pay reparations to African-Americans
Edward Nero is the first of the six officers implicated in Gray's death to see a verdict