Discarding core commitments is not a small concession to changing times but an abject desecration of everything the G.O.P. long claimed to believe.
How Republicans used a specious attack to portray her as soft on child sex abuse.
New details from White House documents provided to the House panel investigating the Capitol assault show a 7-hour gap in records of calls made by the former president on the day of the riot.
On the dishonest questioning during Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings.
Republican senators criticized Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for imposing sentences lower than prosecutor recommendations in child sexual abuse cases. Other nominees had done the same thing.
Her Supreme Court nomination hearing is a digressively ugly free-for-all.
Criticism of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s sentencing decisions emerged as a theme among Republicans — and renewed debate about the party’s stance toward QAnon.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s handling of a 2013 case involving images of child sexual abuse was not quite the way Republicans portrayed it.
As Republicans suggested she was soft on crime, particularly when it came to child sexual abuse, and an extremist on matters of race, the Supreme Court nominee pushed back.
G.O.P. senators are pressing Judge Jackson on critical race theory and transgender rights, teeing up their attacks on Democrats as extremists.
On the first day of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings, Republican senators began previewing attack lines accusing her of being soft on crime.
Republican lawmakers criticizing the Supreme Court nominee have taken the judge’s remarks and sentencing decisions out of context, distorting her record.
Four of the senators on the panel grilling Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson are known to have dreams beyond the walls of the U.S. Senate.
The White House and Democrats have pushed back hard against new claims that the judge was overly lenient in certain cases, calling them a smear.
The annual gathering of American conservatives reflected the G.O.P’s shift away from policy issues that had traditionally animated the party.
G.O.P. leaders, while condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, were silent on comments made by the former president. Some figures on the right amplified them.
Senator Mitch McConnell is working furiously to bring allies to Washington who will buck Donald J. Trump. It’s not going according to plan.
Conservatives must make a clear break with neo-neoconservative foreign policy.
Stocks are swinging all over the place. It’s a good time to take your hands off the wheel — here’s how to let go.
With top House Democrats skeptical of barring lawmakers from owning individual stocks, a simmering issue has exploded, especially among members facing difficult re-election races.
When the top House Democrat came out against banning ownership of individual stocks, a simmering issue exploded, especially among members eager to distance themselves from their leader.
Why on earth are representatives and senators allowed to trade stocks?
The attempt by a violent mob to interfere with a basic democratic task has left a stain on the institution and a strain on relationships.
The Missouri senator is tapping into something real — a widespread, politically potent anxiety about young men that is already helping the right.
Sampling the praise for Mr. Kristof, who left The Times and is running for governor of Oregon. Also: Responses to Senator Josh Hawley; boosters; UC Hastings.
Dozens of nominations have been held up by a fight between the Texas senator and the Biden administration over a Russian gas pipeline project.
Posing at coal mines and factories, they may tell voters otherwise. But the policy tells a different story.
Eager to denounce President Biden, some Republicans have flip-flopped on bringing U.S. troops home — making it difficult to discern what they actually believe.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has spent years building support for a measure to remove commanders from decisions about prosecuting sex crimes, but some colleagues now worry it goes too far.
The Stanford student sent a satirical flier that drew a complaint from the conservative group. The university then placed a hold on his diploma.
The senators are on opposite sides of the aisle, but both speak out on the dangers of big tech in their new books. It’s weird, really, how alike they sound.
But it’s not clear how Facebook should deal with them or how we should deal with Facebook.
American politics needs more factions. The Republican senators floating populist proposals should forge one.
What’s good for the online giant might be very bad for free competition and national cohesion.
Why do members of the political elite insist that they’re not?
The senator’s objection to the election results surprised some supporters. But interviews with dozens of people close to him show his growing comfort with doing what it takes to hold on to power.
As jockeying begins for 2024, rank-and-file Republicans say they are most drawn to leaders who both pledge fealty to the former president and appear to showcase a distinct political identity.
At their three-day gathering, pro-Trump conservatives tried to turn “cancel culture” into their new “fake news” and spent little time on policy (either their own or President Biden’s).
The Conservative Political Action Conference, made up largely of far-right Trump supporters, held two 2024 presidential straw polls. Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida won one that did not include Mr. Trump.
At an annual gathering of conservatives, devotees of Donald J. Trump pledged their fealty to him and issued grave warnings about the political left.
Day 1 of the Conservative Political Action Conference will include speeches from Senators Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz, Rick Scott and others. Here’s what to expect.
Even more than usual, the Conservative Political Action Conference this year will be a barometer for the Republican Party, newly out of power in Washington and trying to chart a way back.
They stand for nothing. The Senate trial proved that.
Morals clauses are despised by many authors and agents, but big publishers insist that they need a way out if a writer’s reputation takes a nosedive.
House managers are treating Trump’s enablers as his victims.
So far, Joe Biden has been surprisingly progressive.
Trump’s rise encouraged would-be conservative populists. His post-presidency is devouring them.
Mr. Murdoch of News Corp, who spoke in a video, has been relatively quiet publicly in recent years. He called conformity on social media “a straitjacket on sensibility.”
Here’s what we need to do if we want more Mitt Romneys and fewer Josh Hawleys.
Now that his presidency has disintegrated into mayhem, how are the conservative justices processing his tenure?