The coronavirus keeps infecting players and disrupting game schedules, but schools are acting as if the pandemic isn’t happening.
Metro power comes with huge political and cultural drawbacks.
What I learned about others when I lost my voice.
The president’s act of clemency was less about mercy than self-interest.
The president’s abuse of his clemency power is an assault on one of the few truly humane aspects of the American legal system.
Penguin Random House purchasing Simon & Schuster is not the gravest danger to the publishing business. The deal is transpiring in a larger context—and that context is Amazon.
Cynical public speech aimed at winning political power has consequences.
Choose the one dish you can’t live without and spend your time making that.
As it was in 2016, so it is again in 2020: A central axis of national-election results is the rural-urban…
Each day, it becomes more urgent that Republicans and conservatives speak in defense of institutions and in defiance of the president’s posture.
In the aftermath of recent terrorist attacks, the French government has introduced new legislation that threatens the very freedoms it vows to defend.
Stopping the virus from spreading requires us to override our basic intuitions.
If you wonder how Biden’s appointees will govern, just close your eyes and imagine yourself back to 2016.
In delaying the transition, the General Services Administration chief is acting like an ideologue.
The question shouldn’t be whether the president can pardon himself but whether he can grant himself a pardon—and those are not the same thing.
Fox News acknowledged Trump’s loss. Facebook and Twitter cracked down on election lies. But true believers can get their misinformation elsewhere.
Beware of leaders willing to set their own country on fire.
The arc of history does not bend inevitably toward justice. Sometimes, Americans barely avoid disaster.
His presidency may be the establishment’s last best chance to demonstrate that liberal internationalism is a superior strategy to populist nationalism.
Being president is a tremendously difficult job. Starting the first day without preparation could set up a presidency to fail.