Readers discuss and debate the issue.
Why aren’t the critics comparing Donald Trump to a fascist acknowledging that the office he seeks is too powerful?
The rise of illiberal norms and the weakening of free speech continues to undermine the very causes valued by the American left.
In a letter sent Friday, federal officials warn local districts not to discriminate against students using restrooms.
The longtime Mar-a-Lago staffer called for a military coup and the lynching of President Obama.
The House speaker said Thursday’s meeting with the presumptive nominee was “a positive step,” but refrained from offering an endorsement.
Many more solid emails from readers are coming in over the Notes discussion sparked by Molly this week…
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., ruled against the Obama administration’s method of funding a major Affordable Care Act subsidy.
House Speaker Paul Ryan seems one step closer to endorsing Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president.
In his much-touted meeting with Trump, the speaker of the House ceded important ground to his party’s presumptive nominee.
And who can never leave?
How Howard Stern and Pat Buchanan laid the groundwork for Donald Trump’s success.
Pope Francis has said he’ll create a commission to study the possibility of females serving as deacons the Church. What does this mean for Catholics?
The cadre of conservative budget hawks on the Hill feels damned if it does play spoiler in budget negotiations, and damned if it doesn’t.
Now that the entertainer seems to have wrapped up the Republican nomination, who will he choose as his running mate?
Many Europeans see the rise of Trump as part of a broad and disturbing trend towards far-right nativist nationalism.
The state’s longtime first lady is running for president, but few in Little Rock still think of her that way.
The state executed Earl Forrest on Wednesday night by lethal injection for a triple homicide in 2002.
The presumptive Republican nominee said “there’s nothing to learn from them.”
Just four years ago, the supposedly straight-talking billionaire declared that the Clintons were terrific people, and that Hillary is a hard worker who “does a good job.”
Over at BuzzFeed, Tarini Parti and Rosie Gray have a great story on Republican donors’ hesitations about Donald Trump. I…
A reader emails hello@ to defend Don in Whetstone, Kentucky, a Trump voter who called into WBUR’s On…