The Supreme Court nominee and his defenders proved unable to extend their awareness of injustice into empathy with Christine Blasey Ford.
Everyone wants to know: Did he do it? But there’s more people should be asking.
Trump said nothing new in Helsinki—but his remarks clarified and distilled into a single frame his appalling disregard for an assault on America.
A 2,500-year-old play illustrates the emptiness of the administration’s arguments about enforcing the law.
The president’s social-media missives regularly thrust observers into a state of disquietude—waiting to discover what he actually means, if indeed he means anything at all.
The Comey memos are more revealing than they seem.
The president deploys obfuscation as a political weapon, but both the Russia and Michael Cohen investigations show that facts really do matter in the courtroom.
As the Trump presidency approaches a troubling tipping point, it’s time to find the right term for what’s happening to democracy.