Democrats need to win the presidency and the Senate to have a chance of enacting any of the ambitious health-care plans they’ve proposed in the presidential primary so far, including Medicare for All. But if tonight’s debate made anything clear, it’s that they first have to get Republicans out of their head—and out of their fight.
Following the news in the Donald Trump era can often feel like navigating an especially dense fog, where things seem clear only when they’re at your feet, and not a step sooner or later.
Updated on July 30, 2019 at 2:46 p.m. ET
On its face, Robert Mueller’s testimony last week didn’t seem likely to transform the political dynamic surrounding the impeachment of Donald Trump. The former special counsel offered no dramatic answers or riveting sound bites to galvanize the American public, Read originalRead More
Herbert Hoover in 1918 (Harris & Ewing/Library of Congress)It’s now a conservative atoll in a progressive sea. What’s next for the storied research center?
This year marks the centennial anniversary of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
Or at least, in theory, it sort of does.Read More