How ESG Became a Right-Wing Flashpoint

Plus: ‘Anything that gets you asking me questions about Jan. 6 instead of asking me about inflation, I think is a bad idea for Republicans.’

The Right to Choose

Is it wrong for governors to penalize corporations for their political choices?

The Pro-Life Movement Comes to a Crossroads

With Roe v. Wade’s demise and a midterm election in the rearview mirror, pro-life activists and legislators contemplate new strategies.

Post-Roe Reality Sets In

How abortion will affect the presidential primaries.

House GOP Moves to Messaging Bills and Investigations

Plus, a new select committee on strategic competition with China.

Trump the Moderate

What if the 'craziest SOB in the race' isn’t anymore?

Dobbs Worked, Dobbs Is Working

Taking a long view of how the decision affected, and is affecting, American politics.

The End of the Tracks for the Trump Train?

Plus: What’s next for the pro-life movement?

Fact Check: Did Tim Michels Say It’s ‘Not Unreasonable’ to Force Rape Victims to Give Birth?

Wisconsin’s GOP gubernatorial nominee said that in 2004.

The Culture War Comes to Michigan

Proposal 3 would enshrine a vague and potentially limitless right to abortion in the state constitution.

Health System Horrors

Cori Bush’s memoir, which includes gut-wrenching stories of two abortions, illuminates the medical trials many black women endure.

‘Roevember’ Is Canceled

Time for a midterm vibe check.

Herschel Walker’s Hypocrisy Matters

Maybe not now, for the GOP faithful. But politics is a long game.

Who’s The Extremist?

Can the GOP turn the tables on abortion?

LOL Something Matters

Populism might not save Herschel Walker from scandal.