Subscribe to the Magazine
Give a Gift Subscription
Buy Back Issues
Current Issue Contents
New York Magazine
Displaying all articles tagged:
Pelosi Returns to Speakership With a Far More Cohesive Democratic Majority
Pelosi’s last House majority had significant divisions and bore the burden of Obama’s agenda. Today’s Democrats must only fight and investigate Trump.
the kavanaugh hearings
Alaska Republicans Mull ‘Reprimand’ for Murkowski Over Kavanaugh Vote
Her vote against confirming Kavanaugh outrages many Republicans. But she’s defied her party and won before.
Manchin (Literally) Fires Away At Obamacare Repeal in New Ad
The shoe is definitely on the other foot as Republican attacks on preexisting condition coverage are coming back to haunt them.
No, Democrats Don’t Need a National Platform for the Midterms
The most important thing to Democrats this year is that they aren’t the party that’s the party of Donald J. Trump.
These Trends Suggest the Democratic Midterm Wave Will Get Bigger
In the past, the party controlling the White House found itself with a lot more vulnerable House seats than expected late in the cycle.
The Midterms Could Have a Big Impact on Redistricting
A majority of governors and a sizable minority of legislators who will be drawing congressional lines for the next decade will be elected this year.
Trump Has Obama’s Reelection Numbers, But Not His Chances
Clinton and Obama were popular before and after their bad midterms. We’ve not seen a popular Donald Trump so far.
The House Midterm Landscape is Settling — and It Looks Treacherous for the GOP
While the big-picture factors affecting the 2018 elections have marginally improved for Republicans, individual races aren’t looking so hot for them.
Senate Democrats Up for Reelection in Trump States Not Necessarily Doomed in ’18
Presidential wins aren’t great predictors of future senate elections.
Conservatives Oust Republican Senator From Utah
Robert Bennett is this year’s first incumbent to lose his seat!