I spent most of the pandemic abroad. It didn’t take long after I returned home for someone to try to rob me at gunpoint.
And that might be the right way to save classics from oblivion.
Muslim converts tend to be less religious than their non-convert peers. So what explains their overrepresentation among jihadists?
Flying over a foreign country has, until now, felt to most people like teleporting past it.
Cancellation is not criticism; cancellation is the absence of criticism.
Our regulators are not fools. But they have a peculiar sense of responsibility that leads them to adopt a fraidy-cat level of caution.
What a new memoir reveals about endurance—and extreme remorse
A man calling himself Grandmaster Jay has raised a disciplined, heavily armed militia. It has yet to fire a shot at its enemies, but it’s prepared for war.
The revolt against Alexi McCammond shows that even Teen Vogue doesn’t think teens deserve a sin jubilee.
Since being freed from Iranian detention, Xiyue Wang has been unrelenting in his criticism of the authoritarian country—and some American elites’ attempt at rapprochement.
But they don’t. Expect more scandals in the future.
Frequently and to their faces
The proper response to these extremists isn’t counterterrorism. It is mental hygiene.
What can we take away from yesterday’s coup attempt?
If Jill Biden wants to flaunt her Ed.D., who are we to object?
If you wonder how Biden’s appointees will govern, just close your eyes and imagine yourself back to 2016.
A historian believes he has discovered iron laws that predict the rise and fall of societies. He has bad news.
Anonymous was just a little gremlin all along.
All evidence suggests that the president would run from the responsibility of overseeing the violent fracture of America.
A recent study reveals that vanishingly few voters will defect from a candidate who acts undemocratically.