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.
The talk-radio host’s willingness to indulge the fantasy of a mob marching on D.C. to oust Robert Mueller can be called many things—but not “conservative.”
A barista at a coffee shop on the Duke campus was fired because a high-powered administrator took offense to the song she was playing off Spotify.
A dispute among international-relations scholars puts the spotlight on a system that serves everyone poorly.
Team Trump has yet another new story about the money paid to a porn actress days before the 2016 election to keep her from publicly claiming that she had adulterous sex with the candidate.
A dubious letter testifying to the president’s health underscores the risks of taking any of his claims at face value.
For 12 days, the media has obsessed over a controversy about an MSNBC host out of all proportion to the story's importance.
A case study in how the political left often misunderstands the right
A brutality case in New Jersey illustrates how the failures of law-enforcement agencies to police themselves can be thought of as failures of courage.
Enoch Powell gave his xenophobic “Rivers of Blood” speech 50 years ago—but the lessons of its reception still apply today.
Fixating on offensive speech amplifies its harms—often, the best course is simply to ignore it.