By most any measure, the Trump Administration is defining political news in 2017, from the morning tweets to evening breaking news stories. But behind the hurly burly of the daily news cycle, the data suggest a quieter but potentially much bigger story is working its way through American politics: The two parties are changing.
By most measures, Republicans should have an easy victory in today’s special election for a House seat from Montana. President carried the state by 20 percentage points last November, and Republicans have held Montana’s lone House seat for two decades. But a charged-up Democratic base and the political turbulence around Mr. Trump could present problems […]
AN ESSENTIAL CONVERSATION FROM TODAY'S LEADING VOICES ON EFFECTING CHANGE IN HEALTH AND SOCIETY "The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has changed the conversation about health in the United States." --Jo Ivey Boufford, President, New York Academy of MedicineIn a society where a person's zip code is a stronger predictor of health status than their genetic profile, every public health challenge is also a challenge of equity, implementation, and policy.