John Cassidy writes about the Democratic victories in the elections in New Jersey, Virginia, and Maine, and how they reflect upon Donald Trump's agenda so...
John Cassidy on why President Trump's decision to end Obamacare's cost-sharing reduction payments amounts to one of his lowest points yet.
John Cassidy on the protests and statements by N.F.L. players and coaches following Donald Trump's inflammatory comments about Colin Kaepernick and Steph Curry.
John Cassidy on the Graham-Cassidy health-care bill, the latest Republican attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare.
John Cassidy on Bernie Sanders's "Medicare for all" single-payer health-care bill, which is clearly aspirational but which signals Democrats' leftward shift.
John Cassidy writes about the response from influential C.E.O.s and prominent Republican Party members after Donald Trump's comments defending white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
John Cassidy writes about President Trump's criticisms of the Russia investigation during a speech in West Virginia.
John Cassidy writes about Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's latest plan to hold on a vote on health-care reform.
John Cassidy writes about the Trump Administration's strategic use of Trump, Jr.,'s e-mails regarding collusion with Russia in the 2016 Presidential election.
New Yorker writers offer initial responses to the Republicans' Senate health-care bill.
John Cassidy on the Democrat Jon Ossoff's loss to his Republican challenger, Karen Handel, in the special congressional election in Georgia's sixth district.
John Cassidy on the wider historical and international implications were President Trump to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change.
John Cassidy on the significance of President Trump's reported statement to Russian officials about his firing of the former F.B.I. director, James Comey.
John Cassidy on the actions and inaction of Republican congressional leaders that undermine the checks and balances against President Trump's overreach.
John Cassidy writes about the health-care bill passed by House Republicans, which is one of the most regressive pieces of legislation in recent memory.