2020, 1941, and the grand-scale rollback of a shared devotion to democratic freedom
Stories about Kremlin trolls and Moscow hacking U.S. elections are useful scapegoats to avoid the reality of America’s deep political dysfunction
Campaign 2020: As Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg overshadow the rest of the Democratic field, Amy Klobuchar excels on the stump and Andrew Yang actually makes sense
The making of America’s first Jewish president?
And why that’s not a good thing
In her New York rally this week, Elizabeth Warren demonstrated what sets her campaign apart, and what she still needs to consider before next November
At last night’s rally, reviving the spirit of Frances Perkins
Ep. 188: FiveThirtyEight politics writer Clare Malone and Fiasco host Leon Neyfakh
Will we see a Democratic candidate like him—practically inclined to the liberal center, with a coherent moral outlook that used to be informed by a decent left—in the 2020 election cycle?
Feiffer’s American Follies heats up