As Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify before Congress, the cultural attitude toward technology is dramatically shifting.
The digital manipulation of video may make the current era of “fake news” seem quaint.
Mark Zuckerberg might believe the world is better without privacy. He’s wrong.
For the past decade, Rick Gates was fiercely loyal to his risk-taking boss. Not anymore.
Decades before he ran the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort’s pursuit of foreign cash and shady deals laid the groundwork for the corruption of Washington.
Mark Zuckerberg’s radical decision to reinvent the News Feed is a plea for mercy.
Paul Manafort built a career trying to make corrupt regimes seem palatable.
Emails turned over to investigators detail the former campaign chair's efforts to please an oligarch tied to the Kremlin.
The pursuit of digital readership broke the New Republic—and an entire industry.
Walter Lippmann, Randolph Bourne, and the enduring debate over the power of idealism
Franklin Foer argues the party needs a populist message to win back a majority.
If the party cares about winning, it needs to learn how to appeal to the white working class.
Al antagonizar a México, Donald Trump cometió el clásico error del bully: subestimó a su víctima.
By antagonizing the U.S.’s neighbor to the south, Donald Trump has made the classic bully’s error: He has underestimated his victim.
How the Russian president became the ideological hero of nationalists everywhere
A Castro-loving, Bolivar-worshipping, onetime baseball-player wannabe, Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez is perhaps the world’s most openly anti-American head of state. With Latin America in the midst of a leftward swing, how dangerous is he?
Matt Daniels believes he's found a solution to the political problem of gay marriage. So why do his fellow conservatives want to divorce him?