On the meaning of “We are still here.”
Russian invaders are now treating the entirety of the Ukrainian population as combatants, as dirt to be cleansed.
The admiration for the Ukrainian leader that’s obvious and pervasive on social media is both genuine and a form of wish fulfillment.
It’s hard to imagine that any of his rivals from the last election could have matched the president’s performance in this crisis.
What “awake, not woke” reveals about the GOP
History has found the Ukrainian president, and his courage is remarkable to witness.
The underlying purpose of American foreign policy is to prove that democracy is “not a relic of history.”
The country is much more than a sphere of influence.
With Donald Trump’s pardon of Paul Manafort, kleptocracy has successfully waited out its enemies.
Penguin Random House purchasing Simon & Schuster is not the gravest danger to the publishing business. The deal is transpiring in a larger context—and that context is Amazon.
Now Joe Biden needs to repair a badly broken country.
In targeting Hunter Biden, the president is waging psychological warfare against the Democratic nominee.
Donald Trump and Bill Barr are biting the hand that fed them.
He’s preparing for a transformative presidency.
The government is coming to resemble its vindictive, delusional leader.
Peaceful coexistence requires a system of compromise. Targeting that system is a recipe for violence.
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence confirmed what the Mueller report could not.
Polished, soft-spoken, and a self-styled moderate, Jared Kushner has become his father-in-law’s most dangerous enabler.
The biggest platforms are a new kind of monopoly. At last, lawmakers have figured out why that’s a problem.
The firms are all too eager to help the government manage the coronavirus crisis.