The notion that America can simply move beyond Russia’s electoral interference is fantasy.
The president is likelier to damage American interests today because yesterday’s establishment undermined the power of Congress.
After one of its graduates was nominated to the Supreme Court, the elite school put out a fawning press release, while a group of its alumni released a scathing letter.
The president’s pretense of caring most about public safety leaves an opening for Democrats who are adept enough to exploit it.
Reaction to a Fourth of July protest suggests that some people who purport to revere the American monument actually fail to grasp its significance.
The 16th president of the United States knew what the 45th does not. The Declaration of Independence is at the core of our political inheritance.
Nuanced critiques and qualified appreciations belie the stereotype that people are either with him or against him.
The former secretary of state wants less attention paid to President Trump and more focus on the 2018 midterms. How to win them? He was less specific about that.
In a wide-ranging conversation moderated by Bari Weiss, the controversial psychology professor was pressed for answers by a group quite different than his usual audiences.
A former Clinton administration official studied how to facilitate more constructive arguments among Americans. These are his conclusions.
John McWhorter expects linguistic norms to change even faster in coming years—and he argues that we can be less bothered by attendant demands than we are today.
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.