Those Republican Anti-Fraud Crusaders Are, of Course, Frauds
The Hockey Wife’s Murder-for-Hire That Gripped a Small Town
When 35-year-old Kelley Clayton was found bludgeoned to death in a halo of blood, suspicion immediately turned to her money-obsessed husband. Now he wants his conviction reversed.
NO MIDDLE GROUND
For Trump, There Are Sycophants and There’s Everyone Else
Trump has made it clear: The midterms were not a rebuke, they were a call to arms.
Is the Queen Ready to Step Aside to Launch ‘King Charles’?
Prince Charles is celebrating his 70th birthday, as his camp stokes rumors that the queen will abdicate soon in her son’s favor. But time, and public opinion, isn’t on his side.
NEVER TOO EARLY
The Democrats Who Stand a Chance in 2020
There could be as many as 30 candidates (!). Who can stand out in a crowd like that? Hint: He lost Tuesday.
From MAGA Hero to Zero: How Trump Soured on Sessions
How Jeff Sessions went from being Trump’s Senate No. 1—MAGA patient zero—to presidential punching bag.
The Surprises That Matter Most From Election Night
From Florida’s historic referendum on felon voting rights to monster turnout numbers, a look at the stunners that 2020 watchers should be keeping their eyes on.
A Blue Wave? Maybe More of a Ripple.
It’s almost like there were two different elections in two different Americas.