A presidential commission is needed now, not later.
Corporate America is going to have to come to terms with the fact that, at least for the short-term, large corporations are going to need to tacitly support the Democratic Party in order to help defeat a Republican Party apparatus that is bent on continuing to push an election narrative falsehood.
Voting rights must be prioritized near-term over any attempt to try to push through an expansion of the Supreme Court, and Democrats should not get caught up in diverting their energies toward the Court issue.
Both the rioter camp and the Redditor camp believed in false narratives.
How the last days of Trump's presidency is handled relative to Trump being removed from office or not is one thing, but he must be removed from the political stage permanently.
There are three relatively easy reforms that would go a long way toward protecting against a future presidential candidate attempting an end run around a legitimate Electoral College vote.
Newsweek columnists and guests weigh in on the best strategies for both candidates.
Letting President Donald Trump do the talking is working wonders for Biden now. But eventually, he'll have to speak up—and that could be a problem.
Although it's embracing federal action to rescue the economy, the administration is asking states to take the lead on the health crisis. There is only one explanation.
Americans were furious to learn that Wall Street corporate executives had profited off the 2008 banks bailout. That can't happen again.
Don't give President Donald Trump the satisfaction of an acquittal. Instead, focus on taking the Senate.
This workable reform could protect the United States from autocratic, king-like presidents.
As a lawyer and former senior counsel to a congressional committee, I am dumbfounded by what's going on in Washington. Congress must have a way to expedite subpoena enforcement against the executive branch.