The horrifying story of the program Donald Trump wants to emulate.
Yes, Republicans will use them against her in the general. But she'll have more powerful ammunition.
Hillary the Noble Liar, Donald the Bullshitter, Ted the Trickster, and Bernie the Blue-Eyed Liar—who will win the day?
It is too late for a New Trump, but a streamlined Trumpism could win in the future.
After this week's New York primary, what's next for Trump, Cruz and the gang?
With Trump closing in on the 1,237-delegate threshold, wresting the nomination away will seem underhanded to Republican voters.
And they will disavow every word of it on the first day of the general election.
As we head into New York’s primary, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have proved that voters will welcome a different course.
Paul Ryan has taken his name out of the mix, proving the GOP isn’t serious about derailing Trump's candidacy at the convention.
What all the speculation surrounding his potential nomination missed.
After he loses, his supporters may beg him to keep up the fight—and he just might have no better option.
There's a fatal flaw in his campaign promise.
Ted Cruz won big in Wisconsin, but the staying power of Trump's base is the real story of the night.
Ted Cruz has become some establishment Republicans' last, strange hope. But can he knit together a coalition of purists and pragmatists?
The Wisconsin primary unmasks the contempt some Republicans have for a key part of their base.
Donald Trump has already transformed American culture. Even if he loses the election, Trumpism is here to stay.
Is America’s democratic system equal to the challenge of an authoritarian president?