The special counsel’s indictment offers party leaders their best escape from the loyalty trap yet—if they choose to take it.
Russia’s gambit to deter support for Ukraine by restricting energy supplies flopped—thanks to concerted action by European countries.
It was bad when the Twitter Spaces sound was off for the Florida governor. It was worse when the sound came on.
Special Counsel John Durham served up not an investigation, but an excuse for future partisan abuses.
The X factors of the 2024 presidential race
Britain is now paying the price for its decision to leave the European Union.
Republicans thought about running without Trump in 2024—but lost their nerve. They’re heading for electoral disaster again.
Now we know what the Manhattan prosecutors have. It’s not enough.
Can the GOP stop an indicted ex-president?
Trump’s indictment presents Republicans, and all Americans, with a clear choice.
As they look toward the 2024 election, Americans must ask which leader can win the peace.
The Florida governor has a plan to win the Fox News primary—and lose everything else.
The U.S.-led invasion was a grave and costly error. But 20 years on, another assessment is possible.
Liberal democracy in Mexico is under assault. Worse, the attacker is the country’s own president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The old man has learned some new tricks.
We can assume that U.S.-China surveillance is mutual—and it’s safer that way.
Expect Donald Trump to blame his own party if the Republicans’ debt-ceiling gambit goes wrong.
It’s why the party keeps losing elections.
It would be better for everyone if his candidacy for House speaker failed.
He came to thank the U.S. for supporting Ukraine. It is Americans who should thank him.