With Trump out, GOP candidates scramble to make the Fox News-hosted event mean something.
Plus, Hunter Biden’s legal woes and a deep dive on class resentment and populism.
There’s no reason to cling to the presumption of innocence on his moral and historical culpability.
A primer on the racketeering case brought by Fani Willis.
How this week’s indictment in Georgia fits in with the rest.
The fourth indictment is the most satisfying.
He’s mostly directed his outrage at lower-court judges, but his calculus could change over the next year.
Meanwhile, motions in both of Trump’s federal trials are underway.
The truth of the 2020 election was there for Trump to see. He just didn’t want to.
That we even nominated Trump in the first place is proof of a breakdown.
Donald Trump’s advisers would have put the U.S. military in the position of defying orders or turning their weapons on civilians.
Pence and DeSantis turn more aggressive on January 6.
Not just for Donald Trump, but for the Republican Party as a whole.
Donald Trump appears in federal court. Again.
Should Trump’s January 6 prosecution be televised?
On the Trump indictment. The latest one.