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?
AT&T and Marriott were among companies that will stop campaign contributions to lawmakers who objected to certifying the election. Other companies, such as JPMorgan, paused all political donations.
Why do so many Republicans appear to be at war with both truth and democracy?
The senator has been able to use his Ivy League pedigree as a cudgel. After last week, his credentials should condemn him.
After years of excusing or ignoring President Trump’s most inflammatory rhetoric, many Republicans are backing away at the last minute.
The junior senator from Missouri drew widespread condemnation but defended his decision to object to Congress’s certification of the election results.
The publisher faced calls to drop the Missouri Republican’s upcoming book, “The Tyranny of Big Tech,” following criticism of his efforts to overturn the presidential election.
Experts say recent actions by President Trump and his loyalists are harder to stop than a coup — citing anti-democratic slides in Turkey and Venezuela as closer examples.
By enabling the president anyway, Republican elites helped make the storming of the Capitol possible.
This time they’ll fail. But their disloyalty to America is clear.
The challenges will transform the normally routine electoral count by Congress into an hourslong spectacle that has already divided Republicans, who are all but certain to fail to change the results.
The vice president plays a crucial but largely ceremonial role in certifying the election results in Congress. Here’s how Congress’s election tally actually works.
The Republican senator from Missouri said he wanted to draw attention to problems with election laws. But critics insist his bid has more to do with serving his own political ambitions.
Awkward questions for the companies that donated to senators planning to challenge the 2020 election results.
The firm faced criticism after a report revealed that consultants had discussed destroying documents related to the opioid business and proposed that a drugmaker pay its distributors rebates for overdoses.
Something has to be done about the technology sector. Here’s what to keep in mind.
Conservatives said they would subpoena the chief executives of the social networks, which had blocked an unsubstantiated New York Post article.
Judicial nominees should be honest about their stance on abortion.
The president, who views his commitment to a conservative federal judiciary as critical to his 2016 victory, added 20 more names to earlier lists.
Libertarian friends and free-market thinkers are being purged from the coalition.
The party looks brain-dead at every spot Trump touches. But off in the corners, there’s a lot of intellectual ferment.
The economy is in dire shape. Millions of Americans are about to lose federal aid. The Senate is going on vacation.
The restiveness of abortion opponents is working against them.
A week of decisions contained hidden and not-so-hidden messages from the court.
With jobless numbers rising, Republicans’ refusal to negotiate on another round of pandemic relief is proving difficult to sustain.
Progressive and conservative lawmakers are increasingly pushing for the government to guarantee workers’ incomes, signaling how profoundly the economic debate has shifted during the pandemic.