The parents indicted in the college-admissions scandal were responding to a changing America, with rage at being robbed of what they believed was rightfully theirs.
Michael Jackson’s music is a gift. What do we do with it now?
Don’t sell cruelty and pathological behavior as a feminist victory.
Confronted by passionate schoolchildren, the senator held a master class in patience, grace, and asserting her well-earned authority.
And the damage to their credibility will be lasting.
The motivations and aspirations of the self-proclaimed “first daughter” remain a mystery.
The senator tried to leverage the political power of a social movement to move herself closer to the presidency.
The Church is not only failing its children—it’s also alienating its mothers.
The institution is driven to protect legacy and wealth, but also to create a more diverse and egalitarian student body.
The onetime Fox News star was never going to succeed as a network morning-show host.
Trump’s bullying so unnerved the senator that she resorted to a bizarre and tone-deaf move.
Caitlin Flanagan and others who have experienced sexual assault share their reflections.
The year Brett Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted Christine Blasey Ford at a party saw the first stirrings of a revolution in how American girls were raised, and how they would regard themselves.
When I was in high school, I faced my own Brett Kavanaugh.
The Canadian psychology professor’s stardom is evidence that leftism is on the decline—and deeply vulnerable.
A new book about a terrible crime sheds light on the novel’s enduring allure.
A Title IX case at the University of Cincinnati—rife with legal, anatomical, and emotional improbabilities—illustrates the potential excesses of policing sex on campus.
Donald Trump and the path from Playboy to Stormy Daniels
The Amazon show’s star may be the first woman who really does have it all.
Caitlin Flanagan argues that the #MeToo movement is becoming big enough to be rendered meaningless.