Leagues are seeing the downside of treating vaccines as simply a matter of personal choice.
Voter-ID laws are noxious. But they don’t suppress turnout that much.
This year’s Juneteenth commemorations must take a deeper look at the history of Black self-liberation to understand what emancipation really means—and how far the country still has to go.
The law’s opponents have a good chance of winning their next showdown, though it won’t threaten the law as a whole.
The way the cause is now deployed drives a perception that conservative Christians, who are tightly linked to Republican politics, will be the beneficiaries of its expansion.
A common ideology underlies the practices of many ultra-wealthy people: The government can’t be trusted with money.
The real villain isn’t a faceless Wall Street Goliath; it’s your neighbors and local governments stopping the construction of new units.
Politicians around the world are borrowing Trump’s “Stop the Steal” tactics. These false fraud allegations are profoundly dangerous.
As the U.S. military prepares to leave Afghanistan, it’s running out of time to evacuate the Afghans who have helped the United States.
Malka Haas turned children loose to play with discarded objects, giving them a different sort of preparation for life.
The U.K.’s newest television channel bets that American–style grievance politics will succeed in a much stuffier media market.
John Marshall not only owned people; he owned many of them, and aggressively bought them when he could.
It is a public-health problem, not a security issue.
No one should believe that Omar thinks the United States is identical to the Taliban.
Well-intentioned reformers can’t fix the criminal legal system. They have to start relinquishing power.
High-income workers at highly profitable companies will benefit greatly. Downtown landlords won’t.
The narrative that nonwhite people will soon outnumber white people is not only divisive, but also false.
Mandates and restrictions have a logical endpoint: when people can protect themselves through vaccination.
Polls suggest the left will lose out in the city arguably leading the socialist revival in the United States.