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The Atlantic: Politics

<em>The Atlantic</em> Politics & Policy Daily: Stormy Chaser

<em>The Atlantic</em> Politics & Policy Daily: Stormy Chaser

Written by Elaine Godfrey (@elainejgodfrey), Madeleine Carlisle (@maddiecarlisle2), and Olivia Paschal (@oliviacpaschal)Today in 5 Lines In a pair of tweets, President Donald Trump said Saudi
What Trump Doesn’t Understand About the Central American Caravan

What Trump Doesn’t Understand About the Central American Caravan

The images are the same: Men, women, and children huddling together, exhausted from hours of walking, finding any space to rest their eyes—cement floors in a shelter, grass in a parking lot. The
Paul Ryan’s Legacy Defines the Race He’s Leaving Behind

Paul Ryan’s Legacy Defines the Race He’s Leaving Behind

JANESVILLE, Wis.—Barry Badertscher hoped Paul Ryan would be president someday.He’s voted for Janesville’s most famous native son every two years, and like so many in this small, Democratic city in
Trump, Warren, and America's Racial Essentialism

Trump, Warren, and America's Racial Essentialism

Throughout America’s race-bound history, blood has always been a pernicious stand-in for authenticity. Terms like white, Negro, Indian, mulatto, quadroon, Creole, and even Melungeon have served as
Was Gary Hart Set Up?

Was Gary Hart Set Up?

Illustration by Paul Spella; Paul Liebhardt / Corbis; 'National Enquirer' / Getty; Associated PressIn the spring of 1990, after he had helped the first George Bush reach the presidency, the political
Michael Bloomberg Can Buy Popularity, but Can He Buy the Presidency?

Michael Bloomberg Can Buy Popularity, but Can He Buy the Presidency?

Here’s the premise: A white, by then 78-year-old New Yorker, who built his fortune on Wall Street and is one of its most vocal defenders, and who’s had issues with African Americans and women, is the
<em>The Atlantic</em> Politics & Policy Daily: 23 and She

<em>The Atlantic</em> Politics & Policy Daily: 23 and She

Written by Elaine Godfrey (@elainejgodfrey), Madeleine Carlisle (@maddiecarlisle2), and Olivia Paschal (@oliviacpaschal)Today in 5 Lines In response to President Donald Trump and others who have
President Trump Just Called Jim Mattis ‘Sort of a Democrat’

President Trump Just Called Jim Mattis ‘Sort of a Democrat’

Nikki Haley came to the Oval Office last week to announce that she’s leaving her post as U.N. ambassador by year’s end. White House counsel Don McGahn is on his way out. Everyone’s guessing how long
If Trump Doesn’t Act on Jamal Khashoggi’s Apparent Murder, Rubio Says Congress Will

If Trump Doesn’t Act on Jamal Khashoggi’s Apparent Murder, Rubio Says Congress Will

As the days drag on with no word from Jamal Khashoggi, the missing Saudi journalist allegedly killed by a Saudi assassination squad, the question shifts from “What happened to Khashoggi?” to “What
The Man Who Broke Politics

The Man Who Broke Politics

Newt Gingrich is an important man, a man of refined tastes, accustomed to a certain lifestyle, and so when he visits the zoo, he does not merely stand with all the other patrons to look at the
Schwarzenegger Is Back in a Wonky Campaign Fight Against Gerrymandering

Schwarzenegger Is Back in a Wonky Campaign Fight Against Gerrymandering

When he said he’d be back, no one expected that Arnold Schwarzenegger meant at a tailgate rally at Michigan State ahead of the University of Michigan football game—but that’s where he will make his
Donald Trump’s Absentee Presidency

Donald Trump’s Absentee Presidency

It is a poignant paradox of Donald Trump’s ubiquitous presidency—all tweets, all the time—that a leader who prides himself as omnipresent in digital public discourse is so often absent from national
The Backlash to New Rules on Protests in D.C.

The Backlash to New Rules on Protests in D.C.

From the March on Washington to the March for Our Lives, from the women protesting for suffrage to the women protesting against President Donald Trump, the grounds of the National Mall and the White
Joe Biden’s Endless Rumination About Running for President

Joe Biden’s Endless Rumination About Running for President

Joe Biden has entered another long season of indecision. In London this week, he teased that he’s not a presidential candidate “at this point.” In March, he told a university audience, “I have to be
Kanye West’s Quixotic Quest

Kanye West’s Quixotic Quest

It would not be a story if a famous black pop star today—or anyone else for that matter, really—said on camera that Donald Trump doesn’t care about black people. There’d be no controversy. Not only is
<em>The Atlantic</em> Politics & Policy Daily: Recovering from Michael

<em>The Atlantic</em> Politics & Policy Daily: Recovering from Michael

Written by Olivia Paschal (@oliviacpaschal) and Elaine Godfrey (@elainejgodfrey)Today in 5 Lines At least 14 people have died from Hurricane Michael, the category-4 storm that slammed into the
Jamal Khashoggi’s Friends in Washington Are in Shock

Jamal Khashoggi’s Friends in Washington Are in Shock

Karen Attiah knew Jamal Khashoggi’s name and face. She saw him constantly on TV, heard him on the radio, and read his name quoted in countless articles. But it was only after she edited his first
In the Georgia Governor’s Race, the Game Is Black Votes

In the Georgia Governor’s Race, the Game Is Black Votes

In the 2018 midterm elections in Georgia, the math is simple. If turnout among black voters is low—somewhere near 2014’s midterm mark of 41 percent—the Republican gubernatorial candidate and Georgia
The Catholic Sex-Abuse Scandal Takes Down a Cardinal

The Catholic Sex-Abuse Scandal Takes Down a Cardinal

On Friday, Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the head of the Archdiocese of Washington. Wuerl submitted his letter of resignation three years ago, when he turned 75, as
What Óscar Romero’s Canonization Says About Pope Francis

What Óscar Romero’s Canonization Says About Pope Francis

“I implore you, I beg you, I order you, in the name of God: stop the repression!”When the archbishop denounced the military government for its campaign of violence against its opponents—and called on