The Supreme Court decision set off a debate between religious liberty and sexual-orientation nondiscrimination that advocates fear could undo years of progress.
"If you continue looking up to the sky, you will not notice that the house is already burning from within." A reader in Jerusalem on the real threat to his country.
All the single ladies… aren’t the same.
Polling shows the public is divided on immigration reform, while divisions within the Democratic party are worsening.
There is a lot in American history to celebrate and memorialize. But the darker moments need to be remembered, too.
But if it does, it could make governing "unworkable," one legal expert warns.
"I found it very troubling that you sought to create a perception of parity between my experience and perspective and the death of Palestinian innocent civilians." More from the American rabbi in Jerusalem.
Arguing over military intervention with his fellow Republicans is an ideal platform for the libertarian senator's most popular, and disruptive, ideas.
The news about the health-care law is all positive these days—but a few bad breaks in conservative courts could change all that.
"I am very grateful for the Israeli 'know how' that created it, the effective AIPAC lobbying that ensured its funding, and the Congressional and Presidential support that made it available to the citizens of Israel." So writes an American rabbi from a bomb shelter in Jerusalem.
Forcing candidates to file frequent reports has actually made the problem worse.
Democrats have introduced bills to undo the Supreme Court's ruling on religious exemptions for contraception coverage, as well as state laws that single out abortion services, but the legislation isn't expected to succeed.
Decades of lax policies have produced the latest wave of Central American migrants.
Via Twitter, a new way to add accountability to public—and political—information
When the fighting is over in Gaza, one of these stories is going to look strange.
With an unpopular Democrat in the White House, Warren is proving an effective surrogate—and raising her national profile.
A Supreme Court decision 40 years ago this summer allowed states to block access to specific prisoners. What does that mean for freedom of the press and our justice system?
That's not a harsh assessment. It's just a fair description.
For your reference, a detailed pro-and-con about the most ambitious current attempt to change America's transportation infrastructure
A scholar of gender studies on reconciling feminism with the reality of gender bias against men