The country could do much more to control this scourge, and it could do so without violating the First Amendment.
The former president was not giving up top-secret national-security documents. DOJ had no choice but to act. Trump has only himself to blame.
When it’s good for Trump, and not before
Trump might clear the bar for incitement on January 6, and that’s far from his only legal risk.
And the Supreme Court can’t fix it by itself.
The evidence for a possible criminal case against the former president is piling up.
Now is the time for gratitude and profound humility about what comes after Roe.
How many bad apples must we pluck before we recognize that the orchard is diseased?
The Court’s job is not to determine which rights we should possess but rather which rights we do possess.
In Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, the Supreme Court has the chance to ensure that teachers are not the state’s robots.
The American right has lost the plot on free speech.
Smaller-scale tactical nuclear weapons could bring the great powers into a brutal, deadly, and unprecedented conflict.
Putin’s military may seek to recover from its early mistakes with increased brutality.
To see the most compelling evidence of the former president’s criminality, look to the Peach State.
An emerging culture idolizes a twisted version of “toughness” as the highest ideal and despises a false version of “weakness” as the lowest vice.
The verdict is not a miscarriage of justice—but an acquittal does not make a foolish man a hero.
In Trump’s view of masculinity, cheap shots replace bravery and hostility replaces honor.
Allocating responsibility for violent acts to any politician or pundit should be done only with the greatest of care.
The fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation has left the United States deeply divided.
When my wife and I adopted our daughter from Ethiopia in 2010, we did so full of hope. In the years since, we’ve faced ugliness that has robbed us of our optimism—and left us fearful for the future of our country.