Eliminating an unfair tradition made our university more accessible to all talented students.
As a black American woman married to a member of Britain’s upper class, I have caught just a glimpse of Meghan Markle’s world.
The Iranian people are, for the first time in decades, worried about whether the leaders who have been their captors are not also their protectors.
Lev Parnas pointed his finger at Dmytro Firtash.
The president’s habit of shooting the messenger is going to prove costly.
One civil servant will determine whether the ERA gets added to America’s founding document—the question is which authority he’ll turn to for guidance.
We can’t afford to accept them at face value either.
Somebody has to determine whether the ERA is valid or not, and without quite saying so, the Department of Justice is claiming that person is none other than Attorney General Bill Barr.
A repealed amendment and generations of Supreme Court rulings have left the constitutional regulation of private behavior in the past. Will it stay there?
Approximately half of the luxury-condo units that have come onto the market in the past five years are still unsold.
The mainland usually ignores the U.S.-controlled island, but the president shows active hostility in its time of need.
In his new bid to cling to power, Russia’s authoritarian president pretends to obey constitutional norms.
The Chinese leader miscalculated, increasing the pressure he exerted, but driving more support to Tsai Ing-wen.
The Democratic primary looks less peculiar if you ascribe to the former vice president the strengths—and weaknesses—of incumbency.
The president’s recent tweet was personal for me.
The right is having a vigorous foreign-policy debate.
A soldier is a person. A troop is something from the game of Risk.
There is a plan that can get the country closer to having a national popular election for president within the current constitutional framework, and without the need for a constitutional amendment.
The big literary awards this year have been positively dominated by female writers.
People cling to the traditional notion that career success is a male drama in which women must do their best in a supporting role.