Political parties there are benefiting from the same working-class alienation over demographic and economic change that helped the U.S. president-elect.
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.
How identity politics helped give Democrats one victory in a disastrous election cycle
In the battle for power in Washington, GOP leaders on Capitol Hill are scoring early victories with key appointments.
There’s no shortage of parallels between the two populists—but there’s at least one crucial difference.
Exposure to suffering through media can wear us down, but we shouldn’t give in to despair.
A legal analysis of a provision in the contract that may pose problems for the president-elect
President-elect Donald Trump will meet with the former Massachusetts governor on Tuesday night.
Fallows is on a plane once again, this time back from China, so he asked me to help…
Donald Trump suggests it as a penalty for flag-burning, although the Supreme Court has ruled that it’s protected speech.
A conversation with a historian about the slow creep of discrimination, from the U.S. government to church groups
The president-elect doesn’t understand that war is politics, because he lacks experience in both war and politics.
The Trump administration will determine the future of the Third Offset, a plan for ensuring the long-term competitive advantage of the U.S. armed forces.
How Trump’s government could change America’s approach to terrorism
Republicans who fretted over the Clinton Foundation cannot coherently oppose efforts to investigate the billionaire’s foreign conflicts of interest.
Yesterday from China, I did a long item on the utter inadequacy of standard press practices in the face of…
Over the weekend, Donald Trump claimed that “millions of people” committed voter fraud in the presidential election.
The president-elect is sowing doubt about the integrity of America’s elections, and may hope to reap a harvest of discriminatory voting laws.
The Supreme Court will consider whether Texas’s outdated standard on intellectual disability and executions violates the constitutional prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment.
A man who will literally have life and death power over much of humanity seems not to understand or care…
After a shocking upset, the president-elect and his party prepare for next year.