Andrew Leber is a PhD student in the department of government at Harvard University.
Comment: Tuesday's midterm election results saw the Democrats retake the House, which takes any legislation from President Trump without bipartisan support off the table.
Book Club: Courtney Freer's timely offering provides important new insights into political Islam in the Gulf, and the region's current schism, writes Andrew Leber.
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Comment: Even more now rides on the Midterm elections in November, writes Andrew Leber.
Comment: Kennedy's departure renders many advances won through the courts vulnerable to reversal, writes Andrew Leber.
Comment: The stalemate continues after a year of blockade and barbs, writes Andrew Leber.
Comment: The United States inflicted terrible damage on another people for no clear reason and no clear gain, writes Andrew Leber.
Comment: Rex Tillerson's departure leaves Secretary of Defense James Mattis as the lone, relative voice of restraint on US policy in the Middle East, writes Andrew Leber.
Comment: The appalling racism of Trump and his enablers means this has become a contest over what we want our country to be, writes Andrew Leber.