John McCain

‘Nothing short of treasonous’: Washington condemns Trump

John McCain, Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan were among prominent Republicans who distanced themselves from Trump’s press conference with Putin

Is the Republican party about to implode?

As Donald Trump makes more enemies inside his own party, a Republican civil war seems inevitable

Paul Wells in conversation with John McCain

The longtime senator bemoans global disasters

Fixing the world, from a hotel in Halifax

Paul Wells reports from the Halifax Security Forum, where top defence and foreign-policy experts debated solutions to global conflicts

Congress and CIA battle over torture investigation

America is trying to come to terms with its secret use of torture. If only the CIA wasn’t getting in the way.

The elephant in the room

As Obama falters, Republicans are too busy squabbling with one other to notice they’re missing opportunities

‘A market-based solution’

Guess who wants to implement cap-and-trade?

Hillary Clinton gets grilled over Benghazi—and fights back

At moments, she teared up, lost her cool, and was severely dressed down by Rand Paul


A carbon-tax swap?

In the United States, the carbon tax discussion continues.

A rough guide to the Conservatives’ carbon tax farce

Have you been afraid to ask? Here’s what you need to know


The carbon pricing debate in the United States

In 2007, economist Greg Mankiw wrote an op-ed for the New York Times to argue for a carbon tax. Mr. Mankiw is now an economic advisor to Mitt Romney. Mr. Mankiw is, in fact, among three advisors to Mr. Romney who have advocated carbon pricing (though Mr. Romney officially opposes a carbon tax).


President’s Questions

No Labels, a bipartisan organization pursuing democratic reform in the United States, revives the idea of introducing Question Period into the congressional system.