What does French rosé have in common with American software? Both are wrapped up in a brewing trade scuffle between the U.S. and France, which has spawned an unlikely alliance between the Trump administration and major American tech giants.
By Matt Loffman
The Democrats’ record-breaking field has been culled further by stricter criteria to participate in the next debate in September. Only 10 candidates will be on the stage Sept. 12 in Houston. But while a few other candidates have read the…
Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson’s decision to retire at the end of the year could elevate Georgia as a key battleground in 2020, putting another Senate seat in play as the two parties gear up to fight over a small number…
By Lisa Desjardins
We are about to cross into a new zone in presidential politicking, moving from “it’s too early” to “it all matters” in the Democratic nomination fight. This threshold has a name: September.
By Magan Crane
Polls show Americans overwhelmingly support background checks for gun purchases and “red flag” laws that take guns away from people deemed at risk of harming themselves or others. But what are authorities actually checking? And which “red flags” can cost…
By Kate Grumke
A whopping 23 Democrats are running to defeat President Donald Trump, but only one can win, leaving many to ask whether low-polling candidates should bow out and instead help flip the U.S. Senate to their party. Whoever wins the presidency…
By Lisa Desjardins
The weekend’s bloody spate of mass shootings, and another shooting the weekend before, have again raised the question of what can be done to prevent such violence in America.
By Daniel Bush
Across the Hispanic community in El Paso, the initial shock from the deadly shooting Saturday has given way to anger and fear as the city prepares to welcome President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
By Yasmeen Alamiri
Creating divisions to suggest that some people belong and others do not, based on race and ethnicity, is as much a part of the American fabric as immigration itself.
Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan sat down with Judy Woodruff in Aspen, Colorado, Sunday, to discuss his perspective on Washington since leaving government. They discussed how the policies he helped implement have fared under the current administration, Ryan’s…
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