An exclusive look at a radical movement whose leaders hail the rise of Trump
“This is a phenomenal victory.”
To understand the changes taking place in the Republican Party now, it helps to go back to the last time the party went through a major transformation.
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The president claims regulations are hurting economic growth. The data shows otherwise.
Mark Bowden argues that the president is more likely to start a nuclear war than his adversary in North Korea.
Wajahat Ali argues that the Supreme Court decision barring visitors from six countries proves that the American dream isn’t open to Muslims
To understand how the standoff between Pyongyang and the world became so dire, it helps to go back to the country's founding
If the president obstructed justice, inexperience will not work as a defense.
Vann R. Newkirk II argues that America’s air and water systems disadvantage communities of color.
The U.S. abandons the Paris Accord—and the global community it helped build.
David Frum argues that Comey’s firing makes a probe more urgent than ever.
A Catholic news outlet is fighting to save Americans from sin, while its founder grapples with his own complicated past.
David Frum argues most Americans have accepted the principle of universal coverage.
Peter Beinart argues that preventive war is betrayal of American principles
Republicans have held Georgia's sixth district for nearly 40 years, but Jon Ossoff could change that. We go inside his record-breaking campaign.
People don’t agree on who is facing the most persecution in the country.
There’s a simple psychological trick that might change people’s minds.
In an animated interview, the scientist describes the importance of taking chances.
Director Ezra Edelman on how the football player’s commercial success became a beacon for African Americans
The two movements are strikingly similar.