An unexpected conversation about the presidential election with two voters from Flint, Michigan.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown, the trauma surgeon Brian Williams, and President Barack Obama offered much-needed encouragement in the wake of the Dallas police shootings.
In support of women in leadership and media, I’ve taken a pledge not to appear on all-male panels. Mostly.
By his own standards of evidence, the Republican frontrunner is guilty of some pretty sordid stuff.
Forty-nine people die in Orlando, Florida, and Donald Trump wants a pat on the back.
The presumptive Democratic nominee learned long ago that public trust is a precious resource. Has she forgotten?
It’s easier to ask short-sighted questions about the election than it is to grapple with the big picture.
Party leaders and down-ballot candidates who are backing Trump won’t be able to distance themselves from his racism and bigotry.
After a 4-year-old climbed into a gorilla’s pen, the internet unleashed its fury at his mother, showing a profound lack of empathy.
The federal government requires states to accommodate children on the spectrum, but it provides no financial assistance for them to do so.
It’s possible to get the right policies the wrong way.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have both been hostile to the idea of sharing information with voters.
The state’s longtime first lady is running for president, but few in Little Rock still think of her that way.
A slick, commercially sponsored political convention is made for TV. The Oval Office is not. But Donald Trump adviser Paul Manafort doesn’t get it.
What if more politicians wandered away from their sympathetic crowds to engage directly with people of opposing views?
The book tour has prompted some poignant responses, including this one from a reader who contacted me via a Twitter…
If the presumptive nominee wants to be great at being president rather than just to be the president, she's going to need to shake things up.
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump want a political-system revolution. But, with no plan for what’s next, they aren’t doing a very good job at it.
Popular teens are likely to become irresponsible young adults. A very short book excerpt.
The latest contribution to our ongoing reader series comes from the proud grandmother of a kindergartner with autism…