Trump wants our European allies to build their military strength. What will it look like if they do?
The Supreme Court’s ruling against government-employee unions may usher in a new golden age of public-sector innovation.
The two self-avowed democratic socialists share a lot in common—but disagree on immigration.
Lawmakers wanted to turn a potential enemy into a friend—instead, they squandered their leverage, in ways that shortchanged both nations.
Technology has pushed a vulnerable, largely immigrant, population into an economically precarious situation—even as its prospects of upward mobility dwindle.
A conservative teacher’s surprise victory in the Kentucky legislature indicates that rural voters expect more from the party that presents itself as their champion.
As the Republican Party tilts toward populism, its donor base is drying up.
The president can still advance his restrictionist agenda—but first he must accept that a large-scale amnesty is the only way to make it a reality.
The Trump administration is abandoning conservative economic orthodoxy to create a tighter labor market.
As the Republican Party works to attract and retain blue-collar voters alienated by social liberalism, it’s likely to embrace universal social-benefit programs.
America is on the path to legalization, but as pot becomes a big business, lawmakers aren't yet wrestling with how to regulate it effectively.
Paul Ryan’s message was out of step with his moment.
The city is grappling with decaying infrastructure, and struggling to provide affordable housing.
The interests of the U.S. and China are set to collide, for the simple reason that the Chinese recognize that they find themselves in a profoundly unfavorable position.
The actual track record of Trump’s next national-security adviser offers cause for cautious optimism.
While they may be thriving economically, coastal cities thrive on income inequality and a politically powerless underclass.
The president won office with his scathing denunciations of free trade—but congressional Republicans have been slow to adjust to the demands of their shifting coalition.
The president will have to choose between restricting trade and limiting low-skill immigration.
The Florida senator's political and cultural boundary-crossing is hurting him now, but it may be just what America needs in the future.
One of President Trump’s fiercest Republican critics may have hit upon the compromise capable of getting through the Senate.