Alex Kantrowitz • January 14, 2022
Can Capitol Hill Break Its Day Trading Addiction?
Among stock traders, it’s common knowledge that you can’t consistently beat the market if you don’t have an edge. Luckily for Washington insiders, day trading is perfectly legal—and, for some, highly profitable.
Peter Hamby • January 13, 2022
D.C. Does Hollywood
Is Washington losing its luster to the media-content machine? Plus: Ted Cruz’s apology tour and the return of Beto O’Rourke.
Tina Nguyen • January 11, 2022
Revenge of the Post-Trump Pariah Caucus
Notes and observations on the Cruz-Carlson struggle session, the persistence of Marjorie Taylor Greene, and the slow-motion fracturing of the Trump coalition.
Tina Nguyen • January 6, 2022
My Country, Right or Far Right?: January 6th and the World It Created
I was at the Capitol on that fateful day, and what I remember most is that the insurrection wasn’t a surprise to those of us who covered the Trump movement. In fact, my sources had been discussing it for months. It’s everything that came next that shocked me.
Peter Hamby • January 3, 2022
Biden’s Succession Calculus
Notes and inside reporting on the president’s 2024 thinking, the Kamala curse, and the limitations of the Youngkin-McCormick playbook during the Trump interregnum.
Julia Ioffe • December 31, 2021
Putin’s Talk Therapy
U.S. to Status-Craving Russian Villain: Please Don’t Invade Ukraine, Let’s Talk It Out!