The party is more comfortable appealing to ethnic minorities and liberal college graduates.
Democrats must decide whether to lure back working-class whites or double down on a Sun Belt coalition.
Barack Obama leaves America and the world better prepared for the tumultuous years that lie ahead.
The Democrat kept America and its superpower status together at a time when lesser men might have lost it.
Democrats and Republicans are not mirror images of each other. Will this asymmetry last under Donald Trump?
Changing party coalitions owe as much to demographics as the choices Democrats and Republicans make.
Donald Trump’s election has suddenly made Republicans more optimistic about the state of the economy.
White college graduates and minority voters increasingly lean Democratic. It just wasn’t enough for Hillary Clinton.
Democrats shouldn’t waste time trying to reform the system. They must broaden their coalition instead.
Democrats allowed left-wing activists to hijack the media narrative and mistook social justice for equality.
Donald Trump’s victory has thrown the Democratic Party in disarray. The next few years are unlikely to provide relief.
The white working class gets all the attention, but middle-income Americans quietly decided the election.