Stirewalt on Politics
Chris Stirewalt, a political news veteran, uses his decades of experience to provide context (and some humor) when explaining what happened this week in national politics.
Three years ago today the political world watched in horror as the Iowa Democratic Caucuses turned into a high-tech wreck.
Did you really think 2024 would get off to a slow start?
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is stepping down.
Advice from Paul Ryan to Kevin McCarthy—and everyone else who seeks power.
Practical takeaways from an impractical performance.
While many of us want to pull back from the excesses of political savagery, others plunge headlong into the bloody fray.
But that does not necessarily mean a quick 2024 GOP primary.
We’ll find out Tuesday.
Celebrating the greatest of America’s civic holidays.
The lack of humility in our political class has never been worse.
Our last update before the midterms.
An upward revision for the GOP points to some breathing room for the red team.
Democrats have a better map, but Republicans have a better climate.
What’s happening in Georgia and Pennsylvania.
What will it mean for the midterms?
It may cost them winnable races for Senate and governor.