Fetal-tissue research enjoyed bipartisan support amid decades-long efforts to revoke government funding to Planned Parenthood.
Blocking the agreement poses risks, but legislators can use their role to extract commitments that address key concerns.
U.S. presidents of both parties have often shown better judgment in knowing when to accept diplomatic solutions than in choosing to go to war.
The deal is done. What can be done to clean up the mess?
The famed evangelist, who made his reputation with humanitarian works, calls for a halt to “all immigration of Muslims to the U.S.”
The Huffington Post announces that it will put news of his candidacy alongside its coverage of the Kardashians.
For the past 12 months, America has actually paid attention to police violence—but what has it learned?
The Supreme Court’s decision in Kingsley departs from a history of giving deference to law-enforcement officers.
Bernie Sanders has raised more for his campaign than any Republican, including Jeb Bush—and other lessons from presidential fundraising disclosures.
The classic novel shows that individual lives cannot be reduced to competing sets of political convictions.
Could outspoken Representative Alan Grayson torpedo the party’s chance to capture Marco Rubio’s seat?
The killing of an unarmed man in Gardena, California, and the weak rationale for suppressing dashboard-cam footage of the encounter
State legislatures have enacted a slew of abortion restrictions in recent years. Americans United for Life wrote most of them.
The senior senator from New York will play a pivotal role in the intensifying fight over the nuclear agreement.
Don’t scrap the agreement—improve it.
A secretly recorded conversation with the group’s medical director has ignited a heated debate over its handling of fetal tissue.
A legislator compares manufacturing devices with strong, end-to-end encryption to dumping toxic waste in a stream.
A federal court considers whether ballot laws deliberately attempted to suppress the black vote.
From his tiny room in Tehran, an Iranian scholar imagined what a classic American scene would look like. Here is what happened when he had a chance to see for himself.
A federal appeals court rules that the Little Sisters of the Poor received a sufficient religious accommodation.
Five ways Tuesday’s announcement reshapes the terms of the domestic political debate