How to navigate tragedy online? Show an affirming flame.
The state still disenfranchises more of its eligible voters than any other—but this year, it has the chance to change that.
The aftermath of the president backing a loser in the Alabama Senate primary
NFL athletes are protesting on behalf of America’s founding values––and Donald Trump neither loves nor understands them.
President Trump is poised to compound the most grave moral failing of his predecessor by making targeted killings less safe, less legal, and less rare.
The president has made a mockery of a promise at the core of his campaign. It is time for the #MAGA media to tell his supporters the truth.
The sports network’s controversial transformation is driven more by the audience and less by elites than many observers realize.
The right’s old guard faces an existential threat in populism. But it isn’t yet clear that they understand the stakes or possess the confidence to fight back.
Rush Limbaugh and his listeners are taking Donald Trump’s new relationship with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in stride.
The Kentucky senator is trying to inject urgency into his effort to reassert congressional control over where the United States fights and kills.
The anniversary of the attacks provides an opportunity to ponder the nation’s diminished resilience.
The president’s son had previously insisted his father “knew nothing” about his meeting with a Russian lawyer.
As Donald Trump sides with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer over their Republican counterparts, one of his allies lobs a telling insult at a movement conservative.
A longtime observer of its online haunts argues that the hodgepodge of people united by antagonism to PC culture were irrevocably divided by the deadly violence at last month’s rally.
This fantastic nonfiction from 2016 is still worth discovering and pondering today.
Navigating the most fraught conversation of the moment requires attention to both means and ends.
The president’s secrecy about deployments to war zones is hiding the extent of his broken promises.
As the fall semester begins, 15 professors from Yale, Princeton, and Harvard have published a letter of advice for the class of 2021.
President Trump’s pardon of the Arizona sheriff sent a signal to law enforcement that there will be no consequences for violating the Constitution when pursuing people of one ethnicity. Will voters stand for that?
Instead of offering free college tuition, liberals might try valuing and reinvesting in other paths to success and prosperity.