Articles by Sam Tanenhaus
Picking the wrong running mate could ruin the campaigns of Clinton and Trump
His victory in the Wisconsin Republican primary is bitterly ironic
Donald Trump's vows of vengeance against America's enemies could propel him to the White House. What would he do there?
America's "dark money"
This election will be decided by turnout—and circus politics can alienate voters
Sam Tanenhaus / January 5, 2016
America's gun fetish could actually end up weakening constitutional order
The trouble with the system is that it might work too well
If Hillary can survive a nine hour Congressional grilling, she can survive anything
Woody Allen is a phenomenon but a foul dust floats in his wake