In a season that has defied the laws of political gravity, going low seems to mean going high. Now, as our nation faces a serious health crisis on Zika, the debate is being filtered through a political system that isn't capable of dealing with overt racism, much less serious, nuanced health policy issues.
Donald Trump's racist, bigoted comments seem to have only propelled his candidacy.
How much did last week's Republican debate affect public opinion? That depends.
So maybe it’s time to try something new before the second debate, eh, Mr. Trump? That seems to be where Trump’s advisers are going, considering Monday night’s first presidential debate against Hillary Clinton was pretty much horrid,...
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the financial health of the nation's banking system has strengthened considerably since the 2008 financial crisis, in part because of tougher regulations passed by … Click to Continue »
Doug Sosnik: “Until now, Trump has defied the laws of political gravity; but the fact that no major political party has ever nominated such an unpopular candidate for president is inescapable. The strategy that Trump used to appeal ...