Donald Trump's finances are almost hopelessly opaque, exacerbating concerns that the wealthiest president in American history—and the first in decades not to meaningfully divest from his business holdings—may be even more financially compromised than is already thought, and in ways that may impact his decisions in office.
A better understanding of how each state can improve election security preparedness can help build urgency for appropriate solutions and arm stakeholders with information to demand increased security measures.
Virginia’s newly elected women delegates are now leading the charge in making their voices heard in government.
Following the president’s lead, top White House advisers have engaged in a pattern of wasteful and extravagant spending on themselves at the taxpayers’ expense.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with Karen Tumulty, national political correspondent for The Washington Post, to discuss the record number of women running for office.
Voter purges silence Americans at the ballot box, and Ohio’s voter purge case will have important repercussions on the future of voting rights.
A draft bill would undermine crucial limits on how much money donors are able to give to members of Congress and candidates for federal office.
Exploring the merits of prosecutors approaching the interlocking allegations against the Trump campaign and organization as a criminal conspiracy through the use of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act.
Trying to placate his base, which will not be happy with his donor-driven tax bill, Trump appears to be seeking a government shutdown.
Congress should bar lawmakers from accepting contributions from interests in front of their committees.
Americans must fight corruption with political reform solutions, including a new policy to ban members of Congress from accepting money from donors with interests before their congressional committees.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to discuss net neutrality.
Each of the 22 million Americans projected to become registered to vote with Automatic Voter Registration is an eligible citizen poised to exercise their voting power.
This week, Michele and Igor chat with two guests and discuss the intersection of religion and politics, specifically Christian nationalism and the pairing of progressivism and faith.
Michele and Igor chat with author Reza Aslan about Tuesday's elections and the role of religion in the Trump movement.