A shooting in Thousand Oaks, California, leaves many questions unanswered.
Central Park’s most famous resident bids New York City farewell and heads for sunnier climes.
The president’s actions Wednesday portend a choice for GOP officials: Is their greater loyalty to the president or to the public’s right to know what he’s done?
A supermajority of voters approved a change that will extend the franchise to more than 1 million people in a swing state where elections are regularly decided by razor-thin margins.
The Democratic victory in the House provides an opportunity to drain the swamp, after two years of willful Republican cover for dodgy behavior.
A wealthy country should be able to conduct a national election with fewer problems than the United States experienced in the 2018 midterms.
The president is sowing fear and stoking ethnic anxieties. Voters can punish him for weakening America or ensure more of the same.
Academic recognition shouldn’t hinge on a scholar’s moral character.
By arguing that Democrats should nominate a white, male candidate, the self-promoting attorney pushed progressive premises to their logical, and objectionable, conclusion.
If the talk-radio host Hugh Hewitt is right that the war for the judiciary is over and his side has won, then it’s also time for him to abandon his support for the president.
A journalist wants to know who accused him of rape in a shared spreadsheet. What are the implications of outing or protecting his accusers?
What happens when reviewers spend more time focusing on the motives of authors than the merits of their claims?
The story many are telling themselves in the wake of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation battle rests on delusion.
Many journalists covering Brett Kavanaugh’s angry Senate testimony made claims more sweeping than the evidence they provided to back them.
The Constitution protects the rights of minorities—and despite their rhetoric, both Republicans and Democrats support that.
Even as voters disagree, many are drawing on the same basic set of values to reach opposing conclusions.
Threats of violence discourage people from participating in civic life. This is an unusually good opportunity to deter them.
The South Carolina Republican lobbies to keep American boots on the ground in foreign conflicts—but neglects some of the attendant costs.
Optimists and pessimists offered competing visions for the future of the First Amendment at The Atlantic Festival.
Discoverable facts relevant to the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh remain uncovered.