The terrorist attacks on mosques in New Zealand bring to mind Martin Luther King Jr.’s response to white-supremacist murders.
All Democrats and seven Republicans support a resolution to stop U.S. involvement in Yemen.
He’s worthy of opprobrium no matter what he told Bubba the Love Sponge.
Mark Zuckerberg has ambitions to control a platform where billions conduct their private, encrypted conversations.
I spoke with Julian von Abele, who insists his words were taken out of context.
He reversed an Obama-era order requiring the annual publication of drone strikes undertaken by the United States.
Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. is upholding a vital civic good.
An “official 2019 Democratic Party survey” reveals the issues Democrats think will engage their voters.
It depends on the spectrum that voters use to assess his candidacy.
A controversy in Arizona is a portent of future public-policy fights.
Nineteen attorneys general are lobbying against extending that right in Title IX cases on campus.
President Trump suggests that comedy sketches making fun of him warrant “retribution” and investigation.
It wouldn’t just benefit undocumented immigrants—it would benefit millions of American citizens.
An overdue attempt to study the use of deadly force underscores the role of mental illness in such incidents, even as it falls short in other respects.
They believe that American culture’s punitive policing of decades-old behavior is out of control. But it doesn’t follow that Northam should stay.
Readers weigh in on the ways that social media has changed our freedom to show different aspects of our identities in different domains.
The civil-liberties organization now favors many of the protections proposed by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
The president claimed in his State of the Union address both that bipartisan legislation is impossible if he is subjected to partisan investigations—and that he has already signed several important bipartisan bills into law.
Even as the president’s own commitment to nonintervention wavers, his 2020 rivals are shifting to oppose more wars.
The best public service he can now render is conserving the strong social stigma against white supremacists.