Will the media go along? Will we have a choice?
Being dull could be the way to the presidency in 2020. And the former New York City mayor wouldn't be the only one to try.
"The only Democrat who's unscrupulous enough to out-Trump Trump.”
RIP sports metaphors.
Restaurant Workers of America has fought hard against raising salaries for tipped workers and has gotten advice from a powerful DC strategist.
Money and the machine aren’t the only ingredients in politics.
When it comes to media criticism, comparing Elon Musk to Donald Trump is very unfair — to Trump.
A responsibility "to find common ground."
The US flip-flops on treaties are “insane,” the French president said.
“Maybe we’ve reached the point where it’s not even possible to have Facebook in common.”
As a young reporter in Eastern Europe in 2001, I expected to witness the “end of history” and the flowering of democracy. That was just one of the mistakes I made.
Welcome to the Donald Rumsfeld–Liz Cheney restoration.
"A very, very serious hit," says Mark Penn.
Nearly a million respondents are a deep new data source for Democrats. One early finding: Don't talk about impeachment.
Even insiders struggle to follow the plot of the Mueller investigation. But the politics of corruption are simple: Voters hate it.
Microsoft learned to take government seriously in Washington in the late 1990s, Google in Brussels in the 2000s. Facebook still hasn't learned from its elders' mistakes.
There were scattered boos, but the president was chiefly treated to the kind of fascinated audience he craves.
"They claim they are merely distributing information. But the fact that they are near- monopoly distributors makes them public utilities," the philanthropist said at a dinner on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has been converted to a pretty radical theory of management and transparency — one that will no doubt be tested when Uber’s leaks concern his own plans and decisions.