We need to normalize female politicians, not act as though they’re unicorns. And if someone says “pink wave” again, I’m going to dry heave.
Readers react to an opinion piece urging her to keep a low profile before she “complicates life for her fellow Democrats.”
“It’s not going to be just one woman running,” said Kirsten Gillibrand, one of three senators who positioned themselves this week as potential presidential candidates in 2020.
Democrats need to be focused on the midterms.
As the Democratic Party struggles to establish its identity in Missouri, the issue of abortion has taken center stage.
The perception of a common national identity is essential to democracies and to the modern welfare state.
Democrats are largely ducking the topic on the campaign trail, but few people in Washington doubt that it will be on the table if they win the House.
‘When they go low, we kick them,’ Eric Holder said this week, articulating a strategy against Republicans that some Democrats find appealing — showing strength and fighting back.
Stephen King, a recent Times reviewer, wrote back in 30 seconds and was a “dream” to edit. It’s not always that easy.
The company pitched plans for fake avatars that would try to persuade Republican delegates to back the Trump campaign over that of Senator Ted Cruz and to gather intelligence on Hillary Clinton.
A reader fears the politicalization of the process, citing what happened with the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.
Meyers and other late-night hosts said the F.B.I. seemed halfhearted in its investigation of sexual assault claims against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee.
Lucas Hnath’s “Hillary and Clinton” will be the first play with Mrs. Clinton as a protagonist to reach Broadway.
A Chicago lawyer and a lifelong Democrat, he worked for the Republicans at the behest of his friend Henry Hyde, the House Judiciary Committee chairman.
Ms. Albright will guest-star in the CBS drama’s season premiere along with two other former secretaries of state: Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton.
No matter what the F.B.I. finds, he will color the midterms, 2020, institutional trust and partisan warfare going forward.
The Kavanaugh nightmare shows how the competing moralisms of conservatism and feminism are tearing us apart.
Mark Mazzetti and Scott Shane answer readers’ questions on Russian interference in the 2016 election, the Mueller investigation and their reporting process.
Why revisiting the political scandals of the 1990s should temper partisanship today.