The Trump administration’s policy of separating families is designed to erase hope—with devastating consequences for thousands of children.
The first lady—and her extended withdrawal from public view—has been weaponized. To what end?
A useful lesson in corporate contrition and the difference between trying to solve a problem and simply getting rid of one
Our family turned a blind eye to the country’s violence against Indians in the 1930s. But that pattern of persecution and denial continues to play out in Burma—and beyond—today.
Amid the roar of the immigration debate, there are still those working quietly and diligently to become citizens.
Frustrated by restrictions on his authority, the president seems to be finding new ways to pursue his political objectives.
How many more days are left for the “dinosaurs” of media and entertainment to roam the Earth?
America’s courts—presently a thorn in the president’s side—are about to get a lot more conservative. And they will probably stay that way for a very long time.
The president is vocal when violence is perpetrated in the name of Islam—but remains mostly quiet when it comes from other corners.
President Trump prepares to meet Pope Francis as his recently released budget shows just how different his philosophy is from the one that drives the leader of the world’s Catholics.
Much of the country thinks coastal elites are rich, tasteless, and out of touch—and the red carpet seemed to bear that out.
The king of cable has been ousted from his throne. He can thank the president.
Can activists use big business to stop a conservative media juggernaut?
The Fox News host—like White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer—landed himself in hot water Tuesday for responding to how a woman of color looked, and not to what she said.
My father is a white Christian from Iowa. He married an immigrant. And then they had me: somebody else’s baby.
In the late 1920s and early 1930s, the country carried out a wave of unconstitutional raids that affected as many as 1.8 million people. Is it on the verge of doing so again?
The president’s Thursday press conference was a study in contradictions, laments, and woefully bad strategy.
The president alleges that “any” bad polling is fake news. Which raises the question: Can you govern from the Twilight Zone?
Franklin Leonard’s anonymous survey has launched careers, recognized four of the past eight Best Picture winners, and pushed movie studios to think beyond sequels and action flicks.
Indiana Democrats weigh in on their experience with the former governor.