Trump’s pick for attorney general made the remarks during an interview with Breitbart’s Stephen Bannon, now an adviser to the president-elect.
Defenders of Trump’s choice for attorney general have cited an Alabama lynching case as evidence of his commitment to racial equality. The real story is more complicated.
Trump’s nominee for attorney general claims to have “filed 20 or 30” desegregation cases as U.S. attorney in Alabama, but there’s little evidence to support that.
Republicans have said that Donald Trump’s attorney general nominee began his career fighting against a segregationist in Alabama. The truth is more complicated.
Donald Trump’s pick for attorney general has a record of hostility toward the federal government's role in curtailing discrimination on the basis of race, sexuality, and immigration status.
Donald Trump and his surrogates have shown an uncanny ability to lie in the face of objective facts. They will now have the power of the federal government to help them.
The accomplishments of the first black president will be erased by a man who rose to power on the slander that Barack Obama was not born in America.
It’s the best of America, and its future is uncertain.
The FBI director’s decision to disclose an inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s emails that led nowhere may have irrevocably altered the results of the 2016 balloting.
The question of who becomes the president of the United States should be answered by voters, not federal agents.
The Republican nominee’s rhetoric about black communities reinforces stereotypes about black people, and little else.
How artist Matt Furie feels about his creation, Pepe the Frog, becoming a favored symbol of white nationalists and Trump supporters
The San Francisco quarterback has been attacked for refusing to stand for the Star Spangled Banner—and for daring to criticize the system in which he thrived.
The second in a five-part series about HBO's new show, which premieres this weekend
The positive anthem is a genre of hip-hop song Talib Kweli mastered with "Get By" and then beat to death an album later with "I Try." "Get By" is sort of plugged as an option for the emcee who's more lyrically than musically inclined, who's trying to show intellectual depth and draw a certain kind of audience.
National Review Writer Victor Davis Hanson is scratching his scalp raw trying to figure out the motivation behind Obama's national security strategies: