Jump to navigation
By saying publicly that he would accept information from foreign governments, Trump is openly inviting foreign governments to interfere with the 2020 election.
It's not fair to lose out on the chance to participate just because the margin of error in a poll didn't go your way.
No one is happier about the Supreme Court’s rebranding of corruption than sketchy politicians, argues Brennan Center Fellow Ciara Torres-Spelliscy.
The House has to hold the president accountable even if the Senate won’t.
The scope of the Trump administration’s defiance of Congress points to one, argues Brennan Center Fellow Victoria Bassetti.
Congress’ ability to fully know the facts and to investigate them thoroughly is critical for our democracy to work, argues Brennan Center Fellow Victoria Bassetti.
Greater transparency rules for online ads are critical to preventing covert foreign influence efforts from tainting the 2020 elections. States must continue to lead the way.
The Democrats cannot unilaterally surrender on impeachment investigations, argues Brennan Center Fellow Andrew Cohen.
Trump’s attack on a Muslim congresswoman, and his border follies, beg difficult questions about American notions of patriotism.
A 1920s scandal led to a Supreme Court ruling that still applies today.