Conversation with Italians reveals how others see America — and the brokenness of our politics.
By Christine Flowers
The Inquirer has no problem calling Trump a liar, but is silent about its own participation in the Russia conspiracy theory.
By Wally Nunn
Part one of this series examined the changing ideological makeup in America that has left small-government conservatives politically homeless. This second article discusses what could come next.
By Benjamin Pontz
Ad hominin attacks, provocative policy proposals and ideological polarization have become the norms of American politics, with one man at the center of the drama: Donald Trump.
By George Hofmann
With the myriad of convoluted differences in states’ election procedures, abolishing the electoral college would lead to utter chaos when counting votes.
By Sean Parnell
Jeff Hurvitz: A surreal election ends with a call for decency, both in Philadelphia and across the nation
The voters’ repudiation of President Donald Trump sends a message that the country demands a respectful leader willing to confront the pandemic head-on — no matter what party he belongs to.
By Jeff Hurvitz
Small but impactful differences in Philadelphians’ down-ballot voter preferences propelled three very different candidates to success in Pennsylvania’s row office elections. The second in a series analyzing Philadelphians’ votes.
By Kyle Sammin