Women have long been reluctant to report their assaults.
Can editors shape a constructive conversation about #MeToo while under pressure to act as its partisans?
A good political interviewer tries to knock her subject off his talking points.
The year Brett Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted Christine Blasey Ford at a party saw the first stirrings of a revolution in how American girls were raised, and how they would regard themselves.
The president doesn’t like to fire people, but he does have a penchant for drama.
As new allegations have surfaced, the White House has continued to refuse an independent investigation.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is now in mortal peril.
Judith Butler and Ed Whelan share little in common—save their willingness to direct cruelty against ordinary people in defense of eminent colleagues.
The Kavanaugh allegations led me to reach out to the man who had assaulted me decades before.
The question isn’t whether he can win confirmation—it’s whether he can defend against the charge he faces in a manner that is both persuasive and honorable.
Last night around 1 a.m., I mentioned that a fevered and insanely conspiratorial tweetstorm then online was almost certain…
By publishing Jian Ghomeshi, Ian Buruma revealed that he didn’t understand a major issue of our time.
The president is aiding Saudi Arabia in an unlawful, unpopular, inhumane bombing campaign at odds with the foreign policy that he promised Americans.
Breaking with his predecessors from both parties, Trump has ratcheted down admissions of those fleeing persecution to their lowest levels in decades.
Way back in Trump Time Capsule #4, when Donald Trump was about to clinch the Republican presidential nomination, I mentioned…
If the agenda of the Republican establishment excited rank-and-file voters, Trump wouldn’t now preside over the party.
We need more than moral arguments against meat. We need a technological revolution in better, cleaner food.
Instead of acknowledging the political and national aspirations of the Palestinians, negotiators are focusing on material and economic concerns.
America’s social infrastructure is falling apart, and it’s hurting democracy.
Everyone wants to know: Did he do it? But there’s more people should be asking.