The Republican presidential candidate and his Senate colleague, Mike Lee, want Americans to be able to buy drugs that have been approved by other developed countries.
On ISIS, the Kentucky senator steers a distinctive course between his party’s neoconservatives and its bellicose populists.
The GOP candidates shared a stage in Vegas, but seemed locked in their own, only occasionally intersecting conflicts.
Earlier this month, I debated Jelani Cobb of The New Yorker on the subject of free speech and the protests…
The debate over ‘mismatch theory’ is needlessly polarized—and further research will help students, whatever the answers it generates.
Efforts to police offensive language have seldom achieved their goals, and often been turned against the groups they were intended to protect.
Will the party’s rank-and-file prove the pandering billionaire candidate right or wrong?
A focused effort to end provisions that help keep bad cops on the street
In Kern County, California, cops kill 1.5 people per 100,000 residents—prompting an investigation by The Guardian, but not by state or federal overseers.
A couple weeks ago, I published “The Illiberal Demands of the Amherst Uprising,” a look at the demands…
A Chicago cop now faces murder charges—but will anyone hold his colleagues, his superiors, and elected officials accountable for their failures?
The ambitious effort that could transform the institution and inform how other campuses respond to student protests.
The candidate’s remarks on Muslims ought to alarm Americans of every faith.
After four years on the job, Dean Esserman sketches his vision for a return to community-based policing.
Fighting racism doesn’t require censoring critics.
Intellectual allies have defended the students against unfair attacks, but haven’t helped them reflect on their biggest mistakes.
Innocents are victimized by hate crimes after every major act of terrorism, and downplaying that risk is grossly irresponsible.
After Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the three rivals showed their weaknesses along with their strengths.
The U.S. should treat France as France treated the U.S. 14 years ago—by helping the other wage prudent fights and warning its leaders against the rash decisions that trauma can lead to.
The billionaire suggested that his Republican opponent is a liar, and likened his temper to a "pathological disease" as incurable as that of a child molester.