The company may cede control of what it censors outright while restricting the reach of “borderline” content.
Proving white-collar crimes is an exceedingly difficult task for prosecutors. Trump is doing his best to make it easier.
Research suggests that elite colleges don’t really help rich white guys. But they can have a big effect if you’re not rich, not white, or not a guy.
Some who enter this president’s service are changed for the worse. Others have been that way all along.
Someone needs to get the White House under control—but the president won’t let it happen.
Jihadology.net is a valuable resource for researchers, even if terrorists make use of it too.
The untold story of how anger became the dominant emotion in our politics and personal lives—and what we can do about it.
William Barr’s statements raise serious questions, but he appears far more qualified than the other candidates that Trump reportedly considered for the post.
Matthew Hedges wasn’t the first academic to stand accused of espionage, and he won’t be the last.
The Christian musician says she is unsure about the morality of LGBTQ relationships. Not all of her fans are prepared to accept that.
Robert Mueller is closing in on the president and all his men.
They were gracious to the Trumps. They had to be.
My friend Scott Walker should not sign the power-grabbing legislation.
It’s unclear what the president wants to accomplish with his trade war.
A congressional race in North Carolina suggests that the likeliest threats to the integrity of elections aren’t the ones that GOP lawmakers are addressing.
On the first night of Hanukkah, I returned to the synagogue where my husband is a rabbi for the first time since the October shooting.
The American system has thrown them into debt, depressed their wages, kept them from buying homes—and then blamed them for everything.
The Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the “separate sovereigns” doctrine in Gamble v. United States.
The Democrats are too ideologically and ethnically diverse to field a presidential candidate who resembles the man in the White House.
Journalism requires holding power to account—but also telling people about other people.