If the right likes to call out left-wing theatrical exaggerations, it has also learned from them and in the past weeks has emulated them.
Last year, Black women called upon themselves, made themselves heard, and shared their political talents and minds.
Failing to do so simply because most of the rioters are white and regard themselves as “patriots” would be deeply unjust.
As the Capitol rocked, capital shrugged. How can that be?
In his second inaugural address, the 16th president had a message for a war-weary nation.
Until last week, too many in the Republican Party thought they could preach the Constitution and wink at QAnon. They can’t.
The Senate must convict Trump in order to disqualify him from ever holding public office again.
More than a week after insurrectionists stormed the Capitol, video recordings, news reports, and federal charges are revealing a situation even more dire than it seemed at the time.
One hundred and forty-seven Republican members of Congress voted to sustain a delusion in the American mind.
And Washington, D.C., looms large in their struggle.
After 17 years without a federal execution in the United States, the Trump administration has gone on what can only be called a killing spree.
All movements adjust their tactics over time. The president’s most extreme supporters have concluded that violence is useful.
Lawyers and doctors are supposed to work in the public interest—but seldom face punishment when they subvert it.
Low wages benefit employers at the expense of both workers and taxpayers.
Republicans are arguing that going after him will do irreversible damage to American democracy. Don’t believe them.
The most dangerous thing that happened Wednesday occurred after the mob dispersed.
In 2019, Democrats voted to make a statement. In 2021, it could actually work.
The foreign minister of tiny Luxembourg called the president a “pyromaniac,” and the criticism was too much for Mike Pompeo.
A criminal investigation probing the president’s actions leading up to the January 6 attack on the Capitol is more than warranted.
The federal government must release demographic data about vaccine recipients.