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McConnell May Cancel August Recess to Keep Democrats From Going Home to Campaign
McConnell knows there are more incumbent Democrats than Republicans in competitive races. Threatening to keep them in D.C. could make them malleable.
Senate Panel Poised to Reject Pompeo for Secretary of State
But the CIA director is likely to get the promotion, anyway.
A 2018 Anthony Kennedy Retirement Would Light Up a Fiery Battle for the Senate
The 2018 electoral landscape is currently focused on the House. But a postelection SCOTUS-confirmation fight could make every Senate seat matter.
More Trouble for Tom Price on His Biomedical Investments
On the eve of a committee vote on his confirmation, new evidence shows Price may have gotten a sweet deal on a dubious stock purchase.
Clinton and the Politics of ’90s Racial Backlash
A political and cultural reexamination of a trying decade.
How close did the film come to accurately representing the hearings?
Is a Competent, But Unremarkable Docudrama
Its proximity to the broadcast of FX’s
The People vs. O.J. Simpson
makes its undistinguished competence more irritating.
Wendell Pierce on Playing Clarence Thomas
“Dirty laundry being aired — especially in the African-American community — is difficult to watch.”
Your Guide to the Key Figures in HBO’s
And where they are now.
“There is this idea that I’m making the film for a political agenda.”
Blog Will Fact-check HBO’s
Anita Hill Still Wants More Women in Leadership Positions
“We haven’t even come close in terms of representation to a critical mass.”