Donald Trump himself defies labels. His rise to power may signal opportunities for problem-solving, Republicans and Democrats say at a convening of the group No Labels.
Trump's ability to command attention is unparalleled in the modern era. Yet in other ways, he is behaving as a conventional Republican, which is consolidating the party behind him.
Donald Trump's latest tweet storm – about "millions" of illegal voters – may seem unpresidential. But that’s what his supporters like about him.
In principle, Americans have long been ready to elect the first woman president. But 53 percent of white women voters rejected Clinton in this election.
At a Monitor Breakfast, Sanders, named chair of 'outreach' for Senate Democrats, said the 'real action to transform' the country would come in 'grass-roots America.'
After campaigning forcefully against Donald Trump, the president is now offering reassurances that a transition to Trump does not have to mean disaster for America or disruption to the global order.
Democrats are consoling themselves that Clinton won the national popular vote, even as she lost in the Electoral College. But they’re gnashing their teeth over unforced errors.
A media bubble helped create a propensity to see only evidence that supports one’s belief. But the polls weren't actually that far off.
President-elect Trump has a critical role to play in setting the tone. But perhaps the road to healing starts with a million individual acts.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are running very different campaigns. But they can agree that banking results from early voting is key in Florida.
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the media all come in for rough treatment by 12 undecided voters in a major battleground state. But some see a resilient nation.
Donald Trump refused to say whether he would accept the election result, shocking his GOP allies and raising the specter of post-election unrest.
Across the country, Americans are weary of the Trump-Clinton race, but in Miami, comedians took aim at the candidates – and promoted youth civic engagement along the way.
A protest against Donald Trump at Liberty University came shortly after a warm reception for his running mate, pointing to the conflict among Evangelicals.
House Speaker Paul Ryan appeared to take a principled stand when he distanced himself from Donald Trump. But he has infuriated Mr. Trump and his supporters, and that could hurt other GOP candidates.
Much of Sunday night's presidential debate was sharply negative. But viewers learned something about Donald Trump and, surprisingly, that the campaign is not totally without mutual respect.
Evangelical leaders who are defending Trump, even after release of lewd video, say it’s all about the policy choice – not values. But that puts them in a difficult box.
As more women move into high offices, they often bring a style and approach that is distinct from men. But do they make better leaders?
Ruth Griffin, who has spent decades in public office, talks about how she became a Republican, the lack of a bipartisan 'sisterhood' in the state, and why she's not a feminist.
Liz Shuler, the highest-ranking woman in the history of the AFL-CIO, discusses sexual harassment, mentors, and why women are more solution-oriented than men.
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