Despite trawling social media, conservative publications found scant evidence that mainstream commentators approved of an attack on a journalist.
The 2020 hopefuls aren’t for open borders—but they don’t want to sound like Trump either.
What happens after the bombing starts? The people pushing for a fight with Tehran have offered only the vaguest details.
Ocasio-Cortez’s “concentration camps” comment questions an old orthodoxy: that only other countries—and not the U.S.—are capable of evil.
The Israeli television show’s deft combination of particularity and universality lies at the core of its appeal.
Throughout its history, America has attacked countries that did not threaten it.
For a party dependent on highly educated voters, Buttigieg’s rise and Warren’s resurgence foretell the future.
Trump may be breaking China and the United States apart—and the 2020 candidates haven’t voiced any clear alternatives.
The 2020 candidates are resisting the latest brush with war, but they’re not going far enough.
In his announcement video, the former vice president bathes the past in a warm glow.
Democrats and Republicans echo Trump’s anti-Beijing rhetoric, but escalating tensions could leave Americans far worse off.
The Minnesota lawmaker urged American Muslims to act like citizens, not guests. Other religious minorities should take note.
Female candidates face a “double bind,” researchers say. When women are perceived as competent, they’re less likely to be seen as inspiring.
Most Democrats are playing into the president’s hands on border security, but the ex-congressman has a different idea.
When pundits anoint Biden—or Sanders or O’Rourke—as the likeliest to beat Trump, they’re making lots of dubious assumptions.
Instead of invoking God, O’Rourke and most other Democratic contenders identify religion as a source of division.
In newly unearthed recordings, the Fox News host portrays Iraqis and Afghans as too barbaric to subjugate.
He’s challenging American exceptionalism in a far more radical way than his 2020 competitors are.
Trump’s push for a border wall has so far followed a predictable, four-act script. But what comes in the fifth act?
For a black candidate, expressing anger is risky. But in the post-Obama Democratic Party, not expressing anger is risky, too.