Eric Lidji is on a one-man mission to keep the Tree of Life massacre from becoming just another entry on a long list of mass shootings and anti-Semitic attacks.
Some bishops—and many conservative laypeople—think Joe Biden should be denied access to one of the faith’s most important sacraments.
The pro-Trump radio host explains how he thinks about the Capitol siege and President Joe Biden’s America.
The elite conservative world saw the Missouri senator as America’s next great statesman. Instead, he’s revealed uncomfortable truths about the movement.
How Representative Adam Kinzinger, an evangelical Republican, decided to vote for impeachment—and start calling out his church
Many of those who mobbed the Capitol on Wednesday claimed to be enacting God’s will.
Several Republican members of Congress plan to formally object to the outcome of the 2020 election today. Barbara Boxer objected to Ohio’s results in 2005—but that was different, she insists.
The runoff races for two U.S. Senate seats in Georgia matter. But piling on more cash is not an effective way to win.
Republicans used to think they’d succeed through moderation and inclusion. That’s over.
America needs Christmas cheer more than ever. Maybe next year.
Even children are feeling the anxiety of the 2020 political season.
Andy Stanley, the pastor of one of the largest megachurches in the country, ponders the future of an influential corner of American Christianity.
The once reliably red southern state just flipped blue. Its transformation has been a long time coming.
Abortion-rights opponents pushed a 22-week limit because they believed they could win. They were wrong.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is using his Scranton bona fides to win over a key voting bloc.
Republicans understand that Barrett’s confirmation is coming just a week before a potential electoral “bloodbath.” They don’t care.
Senators grapple with the reality that they have destroyed their own house.
Nine unelected justices control the outcome of the abortion debate, which feels good only when your side is winning.
Republicans are pitching Donald Trump’s third Supreme Court nominee as a feminist icon at a time when the party is intensely unpopular among American women.
Even Trump-skeptical Republicans are relishing the prospect of a 6–3 Court.
The pressure to take a position, not just from Republicans, but also from fellow Democrats, may only grow.