The U.S. Supreme Court has delayed a lower-court order that would have forced North Carolina Republican lawmakers to redraw the state’s congressional districts by next week because of excessive partisan bias in current lines.
By Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press
The NewsHour spoke with National Economics Association President Rhonda Sharpe for her take on the economy in President Donald Trump's first year in office.
By Paul Solman
As 2017 comes to a close, and with it President Trump’s first year in office, John Yang sits down with Karine Jean-Pierre of MoveOn.org and Chris Buskirk of American Greatness to discuss the state of partisan politics and what’s in…
By PBS NewsHour
For Republican lawmakers, it's a day to celebrate. Cheers went up as the GOP tax overhaul received House passage, signalling the end of a legislative sprint to get the bill wrapped up by Christmas. Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to…
By PBS NewsHour
Looking ahead to the the 2018 legislative agenda and elections, what are the political lessons from Alabama’s Senate race? Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Stuart Rothenberg of Inside Elections, Chris Buskirk, editor of American Greatness, and Michael Steel, the former…
By Scott Bauer, Associated Press and Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
WAUKESHA, Wis. — Wisconsin Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson, a consultant for Fortune 500 companies, doesn't look much like the renegade outsiders whom political strategist Steve Bannon says he's recruiting for his war on the Republican establishment. But Nicholson has Bannon's…
By Will Weissert, Associated Press
AUSTIN, Texas — Republicans who control two-thirds of the nation’s governorships are gathering this week in America’s largest red state, in part to strategize about how to maintain their political dominance.
What do Tuesday’s election results favoring Democrats mean for President Trump’s agenda? Marc Short, the White House Director of Legislative Affairs, joins Judy Woodruff to look ahead.
By Andrew Taylor and Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
Although several analyses have found that the bulk of the legislation's benefits goes to corporations and the wealthy, Republicans argued vociferously that the legislation is targeted toward the middle class.
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