An interview with the filmmaker as her documentary on mass surveillance hits theaters
In a speech touting "conservative realism," the Kentucky Republican probed the failures of post-9/11 foreign policy, including too much war.
Suspicious business dealings by several high-ranking officials easily warrant an inquiry. Does anyone in Congress care enough to make it happen?
"I usually felt terrified and paralyzed during sex," a woman writes of her dating life, "but I had no idea how to communicate that fact to anyone."
A plea for "the compliment of being believed sincere."
Disturbing footage from a body cam prompts a public outcry.
Will affirmative consent make women more comfortable displaying a green light? Several readers think so.
A letter from a recent graduate who takes issue with California's new sexual-assault law
The near future as imagined by observers of California's new affirmative-consent law.
The benefits of secure encryption far outweigh the costs of devices that "go dark" even when authorities have a lawful warrant.
Ezra Klein expresses hope for "a haze of fear and confusion" on college campuses and "a cold spike of fear" in college men.
A man shocked into submission after walking his dog off leash sues, and wins long overdue limits on Taser-happy law enforcement.
Laura Poitras's new documentary captures the moment when Edward Snowden told the world that the NSA was watching.
Former cabinet secretaries owe allegiance to the American public and the truth, not the presidents who appointed them.
The norms of comedy allow its practitioners to treat politicians with irreverence and skepticism that very serious news anchors seldom equal.
The dashboard-camera footage from the stop is so egregious that it caused the highway patrolman to be charged with aggravated assault.
Though the flu is a bigger threat than terrorism, the DHS is approaching it with a mix of ineptness and cynicism.
For the Florida Republican, the past only confirms the need for a bigger military that intervenes in the world more often.
That is Ezra Klein's provocative claim about official D.C. And it's time for all who know the identity of these hucksters to reveal them in a rigorous takedown.
Research suggests that family violence is two to four times higher in the law-enforcement community than in the general population. So where's the public outrage?