It’s possible to restore the Senate to a place of cool, reasoned deliberation.
Breaking down lawmakers’ options for breaking the stalemate.
The Ukrainian president faces resistance as he makes the case for continued support.
Volodymyr Zelensky’s U.S. visit comes as Ukraine notches small victories on the front lines.
Craving decorum in an unserious age.
The gap between the House and Senate spending plans grows as the end of the fiscal year approaches.
Plus: Succession questions loom after another Mitch McConnell medical scare.
Trying to perform the vice president’s role ‘very differently’ than Mike Pence would not have gotten very far.
Plus: So much for the hopes for a room-temperature superconductor.
A Biden administration request that includes additional aid for Ukraine may cause problems for House Republicans.
Matt Lewis’ new book explores how elected officials almost always get richer—and why that erodes civic trust.
The freshman Democrat reflects on his first few months in Congress.
Philip Wallach’s new book, ‘Why Congress,’ shows the first branch craves performance. Could conflict nudge it toward compromise?
Plus: Congress reacts to another Trump indictment as the House GOP investigates the Bidens.
A bastion of bipartisanship or big government run amok?