This week again showed Donald Trump's ability to make assertions that would sink a more-traditional candidate, yet thrive. But that's the point. He's something wholly new in US politics.
Republican and Democratic election officials dispute Donald Trump's claims that voter fraud could cost him the November election. Is it time to pull back the curtain?
Part of that is the Trump factor. But part of it is the fact that an uncharacteristically high number of voters haven't made up their minds.
Despite endorsing Attorney General Chris Koster (D) of Missouri, the NRA has decreased its support of incumbent House Democrats, becoming more partisan.
In an interview with the Monitor, NRA World Shooting Champion Dianna Muller adds personal anecdotes to the ongoing gun debate in America.
Perhaps the most startling thing is that donors felt their money entitled them to access and accelerated consideration. That’s a window into the larger problem of money in politics.
Donald Trump hopes that his core of white, working-class support will help him break the Democratic stranglehold on union voters. But data suggest the story is more complicated than that.