Violence, fear and disagreements strong enough to split families have marked the history of American democracy as often as not
Dec 02, 2016
In the week since the election, Mr. Trump has encircled himself with former Washington officials, lobbyists and denizens after railing against the political establishment during the campaign
Nov 15, 2016
Expect a renewal of the campaign wars that so wearied the country, David Shribman says
Nov 14, 2016
Trump will become the 45th president of the United States. Stranger things have happened, but not often.
Nov 09, 2016
What the political commentators will say on Wednesday morning in the event of a Donald Trump or a Hillary Clinton win
Nov 08, 2016
In chaos-filled campaign, two candidates with different visions have made the Republicans the populists and the Democrats the elitists
Nov 06, 2016
The Democrats will undertake an even more searching examination of their processes, their priorities and their policies.
Nov 04, 2016
If Democrats’ emphasis switches to congressional contests, especially the Senate, it’s a signal that Clinton believes she has won
Oct 30, 2016
To a large extent, Americans with a bachelor’s degree favour Hillary Clinton while those without one prefer Donald Trump
Oct 23, 2016
There was nothing highly constrained, or even slightly constrained, about the conflict between Clinton or Trump, nor was there a moment of understatement
Oct 19, 2016
David Shribman, executive editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of U.S. politics.