Here’s our latest on the inevitability (or otherwise) of mass shootings in the United States.
I swear there’s something familiar about this guy.
A documentary film-maker was disinvited from an academic conference because an organizer feared she would be subject to ideologically motivated reprisals for hosting him.
The Republican nominee’s proposals on public safety would discard the constitutional rights of blacks and Hispanics.
The election is 46 days away, but thanks to early voting, some citizens have already made their choice—and millions more have requested absentee ballots.
The amount spent on the 2016 election is almost impossible to comprehend. But it pales in comparison to 2012.
A new think-tank analysis shows how the candidates' health-care proposals would affect coverage and affordability.
The Republican candidate took his case to a shale-industry gathering, and found a welcoming crowd.
The Texas hold-out may be wavering, two months after his defiant convention snub.
The Democratic presidential nominee appeared on the satirical talk show Between Two Ferns.
We took a road trip through North Carolina to survey its residents’ hopes and anxieties.
The Queen City has tended to see itself as a beacon of New South moderation, but from slavery to segregation to police violence, it faces the same pressures as many other metropolises.
A former speechwriter for the president says he’s voting for Trump, but he doesn’t seem very familiar with what the Republican candidate actually believes.
The Republican nominee’s rhetoric about black communities reinforces stereotypes about black people, and little else.
The Republican’s demeanor is likely to be the biggest variable on Monday night at Hofstra.
Research suggests that extreme political rhetoric can contribute to a spike in hate crimes.
As Trump-like views gain strength in rural areas internationally, diverse urban centers push for acceptance.
Robert Gates is as experienced a national-security figure as America now has. He joined the Air Force when Lyndon Johnson…
The president met with the Israeli prime minister for what is likely to be the last time.
The Republican nominee, stumping for black votes, espouses a policy that’s ineffective, often unconstitutional, and generally unpopular with African Americans.
A reader in Southern California whom I’ve corresponded with over the years sent several photos with accompanying description. I’m not…
Governor Greg Abbott warned the federal government his state will withdraw from its resettlement program, citing security fears.
Trump’s view of black communities: “You get shot walking down the street.” Reality: No.