Here’s our latest on the inevitability (or otherwise) of mass shootings in the United States.
The U.S. presidential nominee’s anti-Islam rhetoric has motivated some to speak out against stereotypes.
A new lawsuit takes aim at the Department of Education’s push to force colleges to decide cases based on “a preponderance of the evidence.”
The Republican candidate brings on board a new religious-outreach director.
After a federal court struck down the state’s strict voting law as racially discriminatory, Republicans are trying to restrict voting at the county level.
The latest trend in GOP circles: Politicians saying they’ll vote for Trump but don’t endorse him, whatever that means.
The talk-radio host’s unintentionally dissonant diagnosis of what threatens America.
Hillary Clinton’s proposal to make public higher education more accessible to lower- and middle-income students could have the opposite effect.
A controversy over anti-Israel statements in the Movement for Black Lives political platform shows the long history of tension between Jews and blacks in the U.S.
The world of GOP intellectuals and policymakers has been upended by Donald Trump. What is there to do but carry on?
I’ve innocently spent a few days offline, in the same city (Erie, Pa.) where Donald Trump spoke this weekend but…
The Democratic nominee met the artist at Quicken Loans Arena during a campaign stop in Ohio.
Southern Louisiana is drowning again. No one seems to care.
The Democratic nominee’s team says it expects more divisiveness with a Breitbart News executive now in leadership.
Instead of forcing Hillary Clinton to generate enthusiasm for her candidacy, the Republican seems determined to motivate her coalition to vote against him.
A campaign with a reputation for avoiding the media finds new ways to generate positive publicity in a digital era.
The Republican nominee is airing his first ads of the general election starting on Friday, according to media reports.
The GOP presidential nominee has hired a senior executive from Breitbart News and promoted a senior aide in an attempt to jump-start his foundering campaign.
Seeing the Republican nominee’s prolific mendacity in a new light.
A Hillary Clinton presidential victory promises to usher in a new age of public misogyny.
The United States has faced threats before and after 9/11. Its test will be the choices it makes about constitutional rights and freedoms.
It’s the latest example of a campaign that indulges in its most destructive and self-destructive impulses.
The Democratic nominee appointed several high-profile new members to her White House transition team.