Insurance companies say they are owed some $12 billion promised to them in “risk corridor” provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
Can his rivals fracture or overwhelm his coalition?
President Trump’s new energy plan aims to save coal-burning power plants and miners’ jobs. It won’t do either.
Though many African-Americans in South Carolina have favored Joseph R. Biden Jr. they are taking a hard look at several other candidates and considering all issues, not just race.
The immediate comparison was to Barack Obama’s decision not to attack Syria. But the closer one might be to a last-minute choice by Bill Clinton over a missile strike on Iraq.
The shooting down of an American spy drone will test the president’s conflicting impulses between employing bellicose language and avoiding foreign wars.
But what is the endgame?
A rising budget deficit may make sense in a major war or recession but not now, when the economy is strong, the economist N. Gregory Mankiw says.
Talk of purported Iran-Qaeda ties is raising questions about whether the Trump administration is laying the groundwork to claim that it needs no new legal authority to take military action.
The new measure will very likely prompt a flurry of legal challenges. If upheld in court, it could tie the hands of future presidents on global warming.
In reaction to his provocations, many white Democrats are seeing race relations in a new light.
He talks big but without strategic plans, as shown with Iran and North Korea.
He’s making it harder for future presidents to govern.
The Trump administration is using new authority to take more aggressive digital action in a warning to Moscow and in a demonstration of its abilities.
This is an Age of Pessimism. But America can still remake, redeem and rescue.
An interview with the policy-focused dark horse candidate.
This is no way to pick a presidential nominee.
The move, which involves low-enriched uranium, comes after President Trump abandoned the 2015 nuclear deal and as tensions between Tehran and Washington have increased.
Conservatives seem to assume that only the chief justice is moved by fears that he and his colleagues will end up looking like politicians in robes.
Congress should do its job and pass a bill to protect immigrants brought to the United States as children.
He gained fame for his portrait of President Obama. Now he is opening Black Rock, a luxurious residency program in Senegal.
Even former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has embraced the goals of the Green New Deal, showing just how far the Democratic field has moved on climate change.
Prince Mohammed bin Zayed grew the U.A.E.’s power by following America’s lead. He now has an increasingly bellicose agenda of his own. And President Trump seems to be following him.
The Pentagon has been putting a new focus on the health care needs of aging detainees, but there is still considerable political opposition to allowing them on American soil.
With voters increasingly getting information online and from TV, candidates are traveling to a wide range of states, viewing them as sound stages for delivering their message.
Revisiting Obama’s 2007 struggles. The lesson? Calm down.
Two mainstays of the nonfiction list — memoirs by Michelle Obama and Tara Westover — have moved down a bit, making room for a new No. 1.
Under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan has taken a decidedly authoritarian turn.