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It's easy to mock the Republican front-runner. But the “more serious” candidates he toppled don’t make a lot more sense.
Two scholars discuss the ups and downs of life as a right-leaning professor.
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With his grasp on the Republican nomination loosening, the entertainer is reshuffling his staff and pumping money into the race. Is it too late?
A recently published paper explains how “concept creep” in the field of psychology has reshaped many aspects of modern society.
A new law in Mississippi makes it legal for physicians and therapists to opt out of care on religious grounds. What does this mean for medicine?
One sheriff’s office is trying to make its holding facility run more like a corporation.
The residual lead from years of spent bullets can endanger human health and contaminate the surrounding area. And yet there’s little federal oversight.
Bernie Sanders’s campaign claims a fundraising effort may have committed “serious apparent violations” of campaign-finance laws.
Eugene Puryear explains why Sanders isn’t revolutionary enough.
Readers respond to our March 2016 cover story and more.
Just as President Obama prepares to travel to Riyadh, the kingdom has threatened to withdraw hundreds of billions in investments over a Senate bill related to 9/11.
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The senator and the pope met on Saturday, the next chapter in a long-standing, unlikely alliance.
The Democrat has made historic gains in national polls, but it still might not be enough to overtake Hillary Clinton.
After years of inmate abuse, a Cook County, Illinois, lawman is trying to flood the facilities he runs with sunlight.
Texas challenges the president’s executive order on immigration at the U.S. Supreme Court. But the case never should have made it this far.
Samantha Bee or John Oliver may do biting, amusing segments on Trump or Syria—but fans shouldn’t overstate their real-life influence.
More than a dozen local labor organizations have endorsed the Vermont senator, even though their national leaders have picked Hillary Clinton.