The Washington Monthly explores the policy consequences of a second Trump term.
Probably not. Here’s why.
An EPA stocked with climate change deniers. A surgeon general sympathetic to anti-vaxxers. It could get grim.
There’s a backdoor tactic the administration would use to weaken programs that help the poor.
After packing the courts, the president’s use of executive authority will be more effective.
In just his first term, he’s been a fairly effective union buster.
Will anyone be allowed into America?
It’s a proposition better left untested.
Let’s hope it doesn’t happen. But if it does, we won’t be helpless.
The House and Senate had a bipartisan agreement to end health care’s most exploitative practice. Then it all fell apart.
It’s never been clearer that the country needs to be able to vote by mail. Utah shows the way.
Until advocates are willing to take on Big Pharma, reform efforts have no chance.
The GOP continues to supply more of the policies that are destroying its base.
How one improbable legal case drove the federal government to regulate greenhouse gases.
The system is failing the people it supervises—and we all pay the cost.
A new book shows why the U.S. needs a different approach toward men who don’t pay child support.
Most conservatives eventually embraced Trump. Here’s why a few didn’t.