1. the national interest
    The Right’s Only Regret About Trumpists Is That They LostDon’t mistake tactical critiques for moral ones.
  2. tremendous content
    Ivanka and Jared Are Quiet Quitting Donald TrumpIvanka announced she’ll still perform daughter duties but will no longer be hustling to prove herself as Trump’s political adviser.
  3. early and often
    Trump Is Running Again to Restore His Perfect AmericaThe ex-president managed to restrain himself from attacking his Republican critics or rivals, at least for now.
  4. on with kara swisher
    Why Elon Musk and Kara Swisher Are No Longer SpeakingIn this episode of On With Kara Swisher, Kara reflects on her decades of interactions with the billionaire who called her “an asshole.”
  5. 2022 midterms
    The Mitch McConnell vs. Rick Scott Spat Is Heating UpScott is carrying Trump’s water in an increasingly bitter dispute over who lost the midterms. Now he’s challenging McConnell for Senate GOP leader.
  6. 2022 midterms
    Are Democrats Rebuilding Their ‘Blue Wall’ for 2024?Some Democratic optimists think states won narrowly in a midterm will fall easily in a presidential year. But voter inflexibility may explain it all.
  7. just asking questions
    Why Tom Bonier Knew There Would Be No Red WaveMonths ago, the Democratic strategist said this time the midterms would be different because of the backlash to Dobbs. Here’s what he’s learned since.
  8. early and often
    Katie Hobbs Defeats Kari Lake in Arizona Governor’s RaceThe rising MAGA star and prominent election denier is already signaling she won’t accept the outcome.
  9. 2022 midterms
    Just How Unusual Were These Midterms?There are some parallels with 1962, 1998, and a few other years. But the more you look at it, the more 2022 could be unique.
  10. old beef
    It Sure Looks Like Trump Sicced the IRS on His EnemiesA Trump aide says he wanted to “get the IRS on” his political opponents — which is exactly what happened to James Comey.
  11. 2022 midterms
    Who Has the Edge in Georgia’s Suddenly Less Momentous Senate Runoff?Herschel Walker trailed the rest of the GOP ticket in his state, but beyond that, national investment in this race is now in question.
  12. 2022 midterms
    Electability Is Great AgainLessons from the midterms could make a Biden-Trump 2024 rematch much less of a sure thing.
  13. foreign interests
    Biden’s New Cold War Against China Could BackfireThe U.S. is now officially committed to thwarting China’s development goals. That comes with big risks.
  14. the city politic
    New Yorkers Rejected the Doom and Gloom About CrimeMidterm voters did not accept the premise that crime is an all-consuming battle that New York is losing.
  15. 2022 midterms
    Democrats Made Gains in the States, TooThey flipped two governorships and several state legislative chambers while holding off Republican election deniers.
  16. just asking questions
    Donald Trump’s Gift to DemocratsCook Political Report’s Amy Walter on the ex-president’s pivotal role in an unusual midterm.
  17. just asking questions
    John Fetterman’s Team on How the Stroke Changed His CampaignSenior adviser Rebecca Katz on the health crisis, the controversy, and how they turned a purple state blue on Election Day.
  18. early and often
    Mark Kelly’s (Likely) Win Is an Indictment of Sinema’s PoliticsTurns out, you don’t need to sabotage your president’s agenda to win swing voters in close states.
  19. 2022 midterms
    How Many Republican Chokers Is Trump Responsible For?The GOP was supposed to easily win the Senate this year, but it’s had some big misfires.
  20. the inside game
    The Vindication (for Now) of Joe BidenBeing underestimated is not new to those who’ve been with him from the start.
  21. the national interest
    The GOP Revolt Against Trump Is More Serious Than You ThinkIt’s not going to be like 2016 or 2021.
  22. just asking questions
    How Democrats Beat Back the GOP on Crime and InflationVeteran pollster Stan Greenberg thinks some candidates addressed the issues smartly — but that Joe Biden is out of touch.
  23. tremendous content
    Trump Posts Fake Apology to Melania and HannityTrump did use the words “I’d like to apologize” in his Truth Social post, which is rare. But he only said it to attack the “Fake News Media.”
  24. the midterms
    David Shor’s (Premature) Autopsy of the 2022 Midterm ElectionsDemocrats won the midterm by persuading independents, not mobilizing their base, according to the Democratic data guru.
  25. stop the presses
    Politico’s German Owner Mathias Döpfner Is Part Murdoch and Also Part Musk.Axel Springer’s CEO wants to be an old-school press baron for the digital age.
  26. liveblog
    The Red Wave That Wasn’t: UpdatesBiden said Wednesday that voters had proven that “democracy is who we are.”
  27. 2022 midterms
    How Accurate Were the Polls in the 2022 Elections?While votes are still being counted and there were some big misses, the polls were generally more on the mark than last time around.
  28. tremendous content
    Trump Insists Election Disaster Was Actually ‘a Big Victory’Across the political spectrum, Donald Trump was dubbed Tuesday night’s biggest loser. But in his personal fantasyland, it was a different story.
  29. 2022 midterms
    Arizona and Nevada Could Make or Break a Democratic SenateDems have reason to be cautiously optimistic.
  30. 2022 midterms
    The Midterms’ Fresh Faces: 6 History-Making Politicians Elected in 2022A look at some of the rising stars who triumphed on Tuesday.
  31. 2022 midterms
    The Abortion-Rights Winning Streak ContinuesKentucky rejected a constitutional abortion ban, and California, Michigan, and Vermont added abortion rights to their state constitutions.
  32. early and often
    Walker-Warnock Senate Race Goes to OvertimeGeorgia’s Democratic senator and his legendary (if damaged) Republican challenger will meet again in a December 6 general-election runoff.
  33. early and often
    The GOP Won’t Moderate. Just Look at Georgia.Raphael Warnock may pull off a victory, but Republicans are doubling down on extremism.
  34. the national interest
    The Republican Elite Makes Its Move Against TrumpReady for DeSantis.
  35. early and often
    The 7 Big Lessons of the 2022 Midterm ElectionsDemocrats pulled off the strongest performance by an in-power party in two decades.
  36. 2022 midterms
    Ron Johnson Survives, AgainThe most-frustrating Republican senator to Democrats defeats Mandela Barnes, thanks in no small part to highlighting his liberal past.
  37. 2022 midterms
    John Fetterman Beats Dr. Oz and a Stroke, Flipping Pennsylvania for DemocratsNegative impressions of the TV-celebrity carpetbagger and his extremist party outweighed doubts about his Democratic opponent.
  38. the national interest
    The Midterms Are a Shocking Vote of Confidence in DemocratsOr at least of a lack of confidence in the alternative.
  39. early and often
    Kathy Hochul Beats Back a Serious Challenge From Lee ZeldinThe governor’s race became surprisingly close after the Republican assailed her on crime and made inroads in the suburbs.
  40. 2022 midterms
    Why Brian Kemp Easily Defeated Stacey Abrams This TimeIn 2018, she became a Democratic superstar in defeat. How much has changed in four years.
  41. early and often
    Trump Teases November 15 for Presidential AnnouncementHere we go again.
  42. tremendous content
    Truth Social Is Donald Trump’s Self-made PrisonElon Musk would let Trump back on Twitter, but Trump reportedly feels trapped on Truth Social because its failure would be bad for his brand.
  43. poll position
    The Final 2022 Midterms Polling ForecastAs Election Day arrives, polls show a lot of close races. While there’s talk of a Republican wave, there’s also potential for big Democratic wins.
  44. life after warming
    How to Live in a CatastropheIn search of a way to think clearly about the planetary crisis.
  45. tremendous content
    ‘Ron DeSanctimonious’ Is a Low-Energy Trump NicknameIt’s better than “Old Crow” or “Peekaboo,” but Trump’s new name for his possible 2024 rival Ron DeSantis needs more workshopping.
  46. on with kara swisher
    CNN’s John King Wants to Avoid Being Election Night ‘SportsCenter’Kara Swisher talks with the veteran anchor about how he prepares for the big night.
  47. the national interest
    Of Course Democracy Is on the BallotGiving more power to an authoritarian party is dangerous.
  48. the midterms
    For Democrats This Midterm, Winning Isn’t EverythingThe long-term survival of social safety-net programs and blue-state abortion rights may depend on Democrats losing by a little instead of a lot.
  49. the system
    The Rebirth of Kanye WestMeet the new face of Black conservatism.
  50. early and often
    How Hochul and Zeldin Stand ApartFrom crime to housing to congestion pricing, here’s what New Yorkers need to know about how the gubernatorial candidates differ on the issues.
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