Terri Rupar is our political editor. She previously worked at The Washington Post, where she held editing and digital jobs, most recently covering politics. She joined the Post after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Election 2022 results: House races we’re watching
Decision Desk HQ projects that Republicans will win back control of the House of Representatives, though the size of their majority is still not clear.
The 19th adds two new reporters to our politics team
Mel Leonor Barclay and Grace Panetta will bolster our political coverage as we gear up for the midterms and 2024.
How we conducted the first 19th News/SurveyMonkey poll
More data helps us better cover and serve women and LGBTQ+ people. Here’s why we tackled this project – and how.
What we know about the Supreme Court draft opinion — and what it could mean for abortion access
If Roe is overturned, the level of abortion access — or if the procedure is legal at all — would be left to the states.
The 19th Explains: What to know about Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing
The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing concluded Thursday. Here’s what happened and what's next.
The 19th Explains: Results for key races in November 2 elections
In Virginia, Republicans Glenn Youngkin and Winsome Sears are projected to win. Boston has for the first time elected a mayor who is not a White man.
Why I deserve to be left alone for Mother’s Day, and you do too
If you also want to skip brunch and togetherness, you’re right. Research backs it up.