Donald Verrilli, who as the Obama administration’s top litigator won landmark cases on the Affordable Care Act, same-sex marriage, and immigration, will step down this month.
A prosecutor on Wednesday charged a police officer for attempted murder and negligent manslaughter in the 2015 killing of the 31-year-old black man.
The Fourth Circuit won’t reconsider its ruling in favor of a transgender Virginia student who requested access to the boy’s restroom, a decision with potential national repercussions.
The artist and musician Laurie Anderson reflects on the power of political rhetoric, why she voted for Hillary Clinton, and why she hated Hamilton.
The farcical quest for a conservative alternative to Donald Trump finds National Review’s David French, and produces a farcical reaction by the press.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: The presumptive Republican nominee spent nearly 15 minutes in an hour-long speech on…
The composer and musician, formerly in Battles, explains his immersion in electronic music and how it’s changed the way he thinks about sound.
Having offered to square off against the Vermont senator, the Republican front-runner thought better of it and backed out.
Reading Peter Beinart’s new story on Hillary Clinton’s strong roster of surrogates, I was struck by this line: “As the…
After a shooting at a hip-hop concert, the NYPD commissioner delivered a statement that seems straight out of the rough-and-tumble ‘90s.
Abandoning the low-tax, small-government orthodoxy of the GOP, its nominee says he envisions the Republican Party of the future as a “workers’ party.”
The Canadian musician, who has collaborated with Bob Dylan, Brian Eno, and U2, on his approach to performing and making records
In an ironic twist, the Republican nominee—the author of many a failed real-estate deal—is trying to use the Clintons’ bad 1978 land purchase against Hillary Clinton
A judge ruled that a law eliminating a week of early voting and same-day registration violates the Constitution and the Voting Rights Act.
Robert Allen Zimmerman turns 75 today—though he may seem to have existed since time out of mind. (Forgive…
At the music and technology festival, artists paid tribute to the pioneering synthesizer and its creator—sometimes more in spirit than in sound.
A new video ad resurfaces old accusations of rape and sexual assault against the former president. Will it work?
If Trump’s most voluble critic in the Senate may be coming around, will any Republican politicians hold the line against endorsing their nominee?
The Republican candidate doesn’t hesitate to speculate wildly—to likely political advantage—while Hillary Clinton remains silent.
The bill now goes on to the House, but President Obama has vowed to veto it, citing potential risk to Americans serving overseas.