As a demagogic president seeks to escape accountability by attacking the press, a Fox News host is irresponsibly echoing his sweeping attacks on mainstream outlets.
A federal judge is allowing his suit to proceed, finding that his “interest in avoiding the erroneous deprivation of his life is uniquely compelling.”
The United States diminished itself by electing a man who so often winds up needlessly praising dictators.
At Pomona College, Danielle Allen spoke about the Declaration of Independence and its electric cord.
A proposed law with bipartisan support would dramatically weaken the ability of legislators to extricate the United States from perpetual armed conflict.
A gender-studies scholar penned an essay laying out the logic of such loathing—but it falls short of its mark.
The Trump administration and its allies in Congress want the secretary of energy to determine whether to develop a new class of low-yield nuclear weapons.
The former Indiana governor, who leads Purdue University, believes that the hostility Americans are now showing one another is a threat to democracy.
In the months before he was assassinated, the Democratic presidential candidate insisted that Americans confront their country’s shortcomings—and live up to its potential.
Donald Trump cares much more about the rich and famous than the common person.
A collection of reader concurrences and dissents with responses.
Her outburst of racist invective provided a lesson for the populist right that too few of its members are heeding.
A hard-boiled plea to prevent the killing of an enterprise that could ease traffic––maybe enough for Angelenos to move about as fast as they did in Raymond Chandler’s day.
Eleanor Holmes Norton used a commencement address at Georgetown to argue that securing positive, lasting change in America requires letting all sides have their say.
The ACLU is protesting new surveillance systems being peddled by Amazon—but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
The many signs of flagrant corruption that surround the president and his associates demand a separate probe.
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson emphasized the importance of truth in a commencement address at Virginia Military Institute that many interpreted as a rebuke to President Trump.
The latest disagreement dividing opponents of Donald Trump
The Fox News host should have shared much more about his relationships with Donald Trump and Michael Cohen.
Republicans elected a president who promised to take on D.C.—instead, Trump has presided over an extraordinary auction of access and influence.