Trump supporters gather near the Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021 (Probal Rashid/LightRocket via Getty Images)

The end of the reality TV presidency

Adnan R. Khan: The storming of the Capitol by Trump’s clownish supporters was a fitting end to the Trump era. But the gravest threat to America lives on.

Greene, who has expressed support for the right-wing conspiracy group QAnon, leaves a press conference in a Humvee in Dallas, Ga., this month (Dustin Chambers/Getty Images)

A party gone mad

Adnan R. Khan: Federal politics appears to be rebalancing after Trump’s loss. But at the ground level, things look much bleaker for American democracy.

Trump’s explosive presidency has shaken up the Republican Party (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)

The GOP after Trump

Win or lose this fall, the Republicans are at a crossroads. Do they double down on Trumpism? Or try to put it all behind them?

A flag flies outside a burning corrections building during protests and rioting in Kenosha, Wis. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

We are all witnessing the Great American Implosion

Adnan R. Khan: Trump’s paranoid gang of conspiracy theorists are armed and angry, preparing for war. It’s starting to feel downright apocalyptic here—and I’ve barely mentioned the pandemic

Stephen Harper says the world needs more Stephen Harper

Paul Wells: In his new book, the former PM offers a prescription to the conservative movement in the age of Trump—a little of this, a little of that

Donald Trump’s target for the midterms: legal immigration

Team Trump has pivoted to an attack on ‘birthright citizenship’ ahead of the midterm election—will his fearful base follow?

Donald Trump’s last best friend: Vladimir Putin

Scott Gilmore: The ranks of his official friends are thinning. Increasingly its Putin giving Trump what he really craves: validation and assurance.

Donald Trump’s divisiveness could drive Dixie Democrats

Democrats can smell victory in the 2018 U.S. midterm elections. But don’t underestimate the Republicans.

Praising Donald Trump’s ‘wonderful leadership’ on the economy

The Dow keeps rising, as does the GDP. Tax cuts now loom. And Republican senators in Washington are eager to credit Donald Trump.

Trump vs. his party: Spat spills into NAFTA

The ongoing conflict between the Republicans and their president is a major obstacle in an already delicate negotiation

How Donald Trump is poisoning conservative politics

Evan Solomon: An extreme off-shoot needs to be excised from the conservative movement. If the U.S. president won’t draw the line, who will?

The meaning of Melania, on the U.S. right’s first night

A Melania Trump speech capped a night that spoke volumes about U.S. politics’ relationship to reality