From shock-and-awe to long, costly slog, the pattern has repeated itself in remarkable ways. But hey, where's the surge?
Jon Carroll published a viral report accusing an Alabama police department of planting drugs on black men. But where's the evidence?
The 114th Congress convened with a record number of women this year, but sexism toward congresswomen and candidates was still rampant.
Those left behind by Silicon Valley’s technology boom struggle to stay in the place they call home.
Faith groups fear that anti-refugee sentiment is creating an "environment of permission" for violence against Muslims.
At the Supreme Court, at least one justice appeared keen to send a big case about race-based admissions back down to the lower courts.
Even Republicans are getting in on the act. But the issue's reach is still limited by age-old political realities.
A case centering on the "one person, one vote" principle is challenging a fundamental premise of the Constitution.
Joseph McCarthy and Charles Coughlin were prominent at a time when American institutions still wielded clout.
Will their heated attacks lead to mutual assured destruction? Or will one emerge victorious?
While moderates languish in the polls, Ted Cruz and his ilk are doing just fine.