Harlan Crow wants to stop talking about Clarence Thomas.
He has a signed copy of Mein Kampf. That doesn’t mean he admires Hitler.
An afternoon at the New York Young Republican Club in Manhattan, now a house of worship for Trump
Schoolboys scuffed a Quran. Why did the police care?
New College is not a weak target, and if Christopher Rufo wants to challenge an entrenched bureaucracy, then he will have a fair fight.
Most shooters don’t think straight. For that matter, most nonshooters don’t either.
When Hamline University cut ties with a professor who showed a painting of Muhammad, it sided with the most intolerant element of the American Muslim spectrum.
Why half measures are a trap
His two new novels are the pinnacle of a controversial career.
The journalist and activist is caught between a regime that hates her and a diaspora whose elite isn’t eager to give her credit for anything.
Saving democracy shouldn’t be the Democrats’ main pitch to voters.
Why was Jihad Rehab canceled? And who is behind the most serious charges leveled against the documentary?
Three recent incidents suggest that Iran is ready for another round with the United States, this time with new, more amateurish tactics.
What troubles me when the censorious types speak is not that they speak but that their response is to call for less speech.
This is what happens when you debase free expression in the name of free expression.
Fan letters and snapshots are one matter, and launch codes are another—and here the details of classification might decide just how much trouble Trump is in.
Why Ayman al-Zawahiri’s killing won’t have much effect on global terrorism
The vice president sought to accommodate the blind by stating what, to the sighted, was obvious. Social-media confusion ensued.
The Ukrainian city has been hit with rocket attacks, rumors of rocket attacks, and much else.
Hanan Elatr Khashoggi describes her husband not as a happy warrior against MBS, but as a homesick patriot looking for ways to come in from the cold.