The original plaintiff behind Roe v. Wade is more than just a symbol in the abortion rights debate.
The GOP push to give businesses immunity from coronavirus liability is part of a long, ugly trend.
College students have a chance to serve their country. Bring on the CoronaCorps.
The president’s two strongest instincts stand pitted against each other: his need for attention and his need to punish enemies.
The president’s executive order is opportunistic and Orwellian—but that was the whole point.
The president is exposing problems in America that most did not want to see.
The president is supposed to protect and defend the nation’s supreme laws. Shooting looters is unconstitutional.
The president is attempting to bring social-media platforms into his authoritarian infrastructure—or otherwise censor them.
Tyler Cowen suggests how to address some of the biggest obstacles to fighting COVID-19.
President Trump calls the cops on those who challenge him, even if there’s no actual violation, to make life miserable for them.
Adrienne LaFrance and Gillian White discuss conspiracies and their place in America, live at 2 p.m. ET today.
Writing a column to prove the president’s tweet correct turns out to be more difficult than expected.
With jobs and internships canceled, Generation Z is entering a summer of uncertainty—and the damage could last forever.
As people start reopening their lives, they’re hearing little practical guidance about the dilemmas they encounter.
The pandemic isn’t clarifying what’s important; it’s ripping it away.
Not a single congressional Republican from Florida was willing to comment about President Trump’s attacks on their former colleague Joe Scarborough.
Instead of pressing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for answers, the cable network had his younger sibling ask him questions.
When a duly elected president is bent on spreading misinformation, tech companies can rein him in only so much.
Outrage is warranted. But outrage unaccompanied by analysis is a danger in itself.
As the new leader of the opposition in Israel, I face a difficult dilemma.