Herman Wouk deserves more critical acclaim than he’s enjoyed.
No one knows for sure what caused the historic drop in criminality, so policymakers should proceed with caution as they contemplate changes.
Several of the world’s center-right parties have modernized in ways the GOP hasn’t.
Dissenting from the tenets of a particular religion is very different than discriminating against a category of persons.
If the whiff of corruption and deceit linger about the Clinton candidacy past election day, is she really the candidate that Democrats want in 2016?
Republican candidates need to address the concerns of millions of Americans terrified that they will lose their health insurance.
The cartoonist urged satirists to "punch up" against authority, but the world does not divide so neatly between the privileged and their victims.
Five reasons why the Kentucky senator trails Ted Cruz in fundraising, but is still stealing the spotlight.
Is it an agreement if the parties agreed to different things?
A mistaken mark on a voter-registration form draws attention to the former Florida governor's bi-cultural identity.
If the United States no longer seems so different from other developed nations, and if perhaps it never did, then it has lessons to learn from them.
The centennial of the First World War is slipping past unnoticed in the United States, despite its persistent legacy.
The GOP can redouble its opposition to the Affordable Care Act, or it can try to fix those features it finds most obnoxious.
The president didn't label the Paris attacks "random" because he wished to avoid identifying the victims, but rather, because he wished to avoid identifying the motives of their perpetrators.
The GOP is already making gains with middle-class voters—if it follows the right path, it can solidify them.
The former Florida governor's position on producing energy at home has its roots in ancient Rome—and it's flawed.
The GOP may have found its own candidate for the age of fluidity represented—and accelerated—by the presidency of Barack Obama.
When Democrats don't stand up to the policing of speech, they surrender control of their party to its most extreme elements.
How the rise of the Swiss franc could destabilize Europe
The president's proposals are designed to force his presumptive successor to campaign and govern on his terms.