If, after the latest January 6 hearing, House Republicans persist in their policy of pro-Trump cover-up, American democracy is in dire peril.
His presidency is beset with huge challenges, many of his own making. Here are five pillars of wisdom to help him meet them.
The pro-life movement needs to know that such culture wars result not in outright victory for one side but in reaction and compromise.
The comedian’s proposal to defer having his name on his high school’s theater might seem conciliatory. But it’s a big bet on what he believes.
The perplexing part of Colombia’s electoral choice of a former leftist guerrilla over a right-wing populist is how unheralded the success of the outgoing moderate was.
Amid our pain and grief, we must face a bitter truth.
It was no gaffe when the president said the U.S. would defend the island against China, but good policy.
If we all spoke circumspectly and wisely all the time, who would even need free-speech policies?
The Supreme Court’s ruling in his favor exposes how broken our campaign-finance law now is.
Hatred alone is not an American phenomenon—easy access to deadly weapons is.
His abilities, I never underestimated. What he was willing to do for political advancement, I did.
Not for the first time, the president has made himself hostage to his party’s activist wing.
Only those conversant with the pro-Trump right’s myths and legends will be able to decipher the Republican National Committee’s latest decision.
Even at this maximum moment of global sympathy, international assistance to Ukraine is falling far short of its needs.
Seven hours and 37 minutes of missing phone records on January 6 suggest consciousness of guilt.
The calls to overturn the 2020 election results were coming from inside the White House.
Ukraine claims something more than sympathy from the democratic world. It claims membership.
Ending America’s foolish subsidies for ethanol could aid Ukraine.
The food shock of 2022 is not a good-news story. But our “bad” is less bad than ever before.