With a series of decisive wins, Clinton secures the delegates she’ll need to become the first woman to be a major-party nominee.
On what’s effectively the last night of the 2016 primary, Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic nomination Tuesday, becoming…
Bernie Sanders’s campaign and supporters are furious about declarations that Hillary Clinton is the presumptive nominee, but their arguments don’t hold up to scrutiny.
The presumptive Republican nominee tries to draw a contrast between himself and Hillary Clinton, but both of them supported U.S. involvement in both Libya and Iraq.
Officer Caesar Goodson, who was driving the van in which the 25-year-old black man was fatally injured, faces the most serious charges.
For sheer beauty, William Tyler is one of the top guitarists working today. A longtime sideman (Hiss Golden Messenger, Silver…
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: “Look at my African American over here!” Trump said in…
In 1999, the great folk-rock violinist and mandolinist Dave Swarbrick was hospitalized. The Daily Telegraph ran an obituary for him…
Hispanics, African Americans, women—all the people who wouldn’t have thrived in the “great” America that Trump likes to talk about.
The Buckeye State is kicking residents who haven’t cast a ballot since 2008 off its rolls—a “use-it-or-lose-it” approach critics say disparately affects minorities.
The Republican candidate’s insistence that Gonzalo Curiel cannot preside impartially simply because of his ethnic heritage flies in the face of established precedent.
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…