Not surprisingly, this presidential debate was unlike any of the previous 31 since 1960
Sep 26, 2016
Monday night’s first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is the most anticipated showdown since the first one, pitting JFK and Nixon more than a half-century ago
Sep 26, 2016
As the race tightens, the significance of outside candidates such as Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party is becoming clearer
Sep 19, 2016
Virtually the entire presidential campaign is being conducted in fewer than a dozen ‘competitive’ states, with the rest being relatively ignored
Sep 15, 2016
Now that the formal general-election presidential campaign is under way in the United States, the contest is taking on the character of a battle not to determine who will win – but who will lose.
Sep 05, 2016
With the candidates at the gate, David Shribman sizes up the race’s X-factors
Sep 03, 2016
Trump represents a change from the regular order, while Clinton offers a continuation
Aug 23, 2016
Campaign 2016 has quietly transformed into something far different than analysts expected: a referendum on Donald Trump
Aug 16, 2016
Trump’s actions and comments have gone far beyond political convention. What taboos remain?
Aug 10, 2016
Some Republicans are considering abandoning the party or the candidate
Aug 08, 2016
David Shribman, executive editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of U.S. politics.