U.S. Midterm elections

Who won the U.S. midterms? Why, Donald Trump, of course

Allen Abel: Declaring victory by defeat, the president returns the Capitol to its regularly scheduled chaos

U.S. voters have put Donald Trump on a political leash. Better late than never.

Analysis: A Democrat-controlled House is the rebuke the president richly deserved. Now, about those tax returns …

Women to watch as female candidates seek to tip the U.S. midterms

A record number are running, and some are fighting the elections’ most pivotal and dramatic battles

The 2018 U.S. midterms will be historic—and probably predictable

Opinion: The midterm elections aren’t to be taken lightly, yet Americans often think their job is done after the presidential vote—leading to consistent losses by sitting presidents

One side of this road is Republican, the other Democrat. Now it’s a battle line.

Allen Abel finds a place where America’s toxic politics have torn apart towns, friends and families. Is there any going back?

Deep in Trump country, democracy takes the form of a one-armed man

America has dissolved into partisanship and Trumpism. But in Knox County, Kentucky, they still have Bill Oxendine

Donald Trump

Will it even matter if Donald Trump is impeached?

Scott Gilmore: The odds of impeachment have gone up considerably. But we forget impeachment does not remove a president from office.

The U.S. midterm elections will be a battle of billionaires

Can a few of America’s richest citizens sway the outcome in critical races?