When faced with his own Rubicon moment, will Trump provoke a crisis or will he stand down?
In their ruthless pursuit of power and self-aggrandizement, both Caesar and Trump run roughshod over laws and norms.
No rejoicing for the Democrats: Even after a sound defeat, Donald Trump will not go away. In fact, he will immediately launch his 2024 campaign.
Democrats should focus on passing laws if they win the White House and the Senate — rather than changing the size of the Supreme Court.
Not to make light of the epochal challenge to deny Donald Trump a second term, but U.S. society has successfully risen to doomsday challenges before.
With the prospects rising that Joe Biden will be elected President of the U.S., does the U.S. have to prepare for made-in-Russia mayhem?
Why collective responsibility is the essence of democratic politics.
Despite a tightening race, another come-from-behind victory for Trump as in 2016 is very unlikely in 2020.
What happens if Trump declares victory on election night, and tries to dispute any “late” uncounted ballots — both in the courts and in the free-for-all of public opinion?
The disturbing picture of millions of mailed-in ballots potentially never being counted, and hundreds of thousands of votes for the Democrats being disenfranchised, is a real possibility.