New York’s stop-and-frisk policy is just one example of the former mayor’s lack of respect for civil liberties.
The Trump administration wants to use eminent domain to build the border wall.
The Constitution matters. So does the English language.
The forces of hatred that Trump stoked to benefit himself politically are spiraling out of control.
There’s no need to debate “high crimes and misdemeanors.” Bribery is enough for removal.
Thomas Chatterton Williams wants to discard traditional racial categories.
The Republican House minority leader pretends to be a protector of the popular will, but his logic doesn’t hold up to scrutiny.
We don’t know much at all about how political ads on social media sway the public.
The First Amendment is not a problem; it is a solution to many problems.
The president made a rare public appearance before a crowd he hadn’t screened—and was loudly booed.
He’s flailing. There’s no telling what’s next.
If they think Trump betrayed the Kurds, why do they still support him?
Trump is abusing the power of investigation.
Some of Trump’s supporters are worried about corruption—but he seems mostly worried about his political opponents.
Defenders of Trump would seem to be conceding that a President Kamala Harris could pressure foreign leaders to investigate Don Jr., Eric, and Ivanka Trump for corrupt business dealings.
The president falsely accused a sitting congressman of treason. Why do Republicans stand for this?
The former defense secretary said the greatest threat to national security is domestic disunity.
The debate about President Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president
Richie Jackson and Andrew Sullivan disagree about how central being gay should be to one’s identity.
Should journalists care about the speech wars in the era of Donald Trump?