Treating whiteness as a yardstick for normalcy isn’t the same as being blind to color.
A year ago, America’s Favorite Actor™, Tom Hanks, triggered a series of reports on TV and in the Argus Leader…
Trump erred by bringing Israel into his Twitter attack against the “squad.”
President Trump’s tirade against four minority congresswomen prompts the question: Whom does he consider to be American?
The story of William Belknap provides a way forward for Democrats.
There’s nothing new about a speaker managing dissent. And these fights are likely to intensify.
In a series of tweets attacking four Democratic congresswomen, the president reiterated his belief that only white people can truly be American.
The president’s tweets are an invitation to a racial conflict that pits citizen against citizen, under the calculation that racism itself is a winning political strategy.
The former vice president goes on the offensive against the rivals to his left.
The Fifth Circuit may be poised to accept a ridiculous argument against the Affordable Care Act.
The president is trying to divide the House caucus and force it to fight the election on his terms. So far, it’s working.
What new research reveals about sexual predators, and why police fail to catch them
The president would do well to take his own advice.
Brownsville is the southernmost U.S. border town with Mexico, down at the very tip of the map of Texas…
Officers have wide discretion when they pull over motorists. And the courts keep giving them more.
It’s been barely two weeks since Donald Trump became the first American president to step onto North Korean soil, with…
Even in defeat, the administration can’t stop trying to snow the public about a proposed citizenship question.
The special counsel should give us the benefit of his professional judgment on the legal significance of the facts he has found.
The president’s new strategy for getting rid of scandal-tainted aides: Quickly accept their resignations, but heap praise on them as they leave.
There’s not as much disagreement between the speaker and the left flank of her caucus as their spat suggests.