In light of the revelations about the senator’s temper, let’s revisit her interrogation of Brett Kavanaugh.
The country offers a cautionary tale about democracy and voting rights.
Allegedly fraudulent reports support a narrative that many wish to believe.
The surge of hatred is increasingly hard to ignore.
Long ago, it could have required the president to meet certain requirements prior to unlocking this broad authority.
Cities can’t afford to stop growing—but they can grow differently.
Timothy Thomas Fortune isn’t a household name, but he had a profound influence on the struggle for civil rights.
Relentless discussion may harm our democracy and inflame partisan dysfunction.
Pope Francis wants “concrete” change over the Church’s child sexual-abuse scandal. It won’t be easy, though.
He’s challenging American exceptionalism in a far more radical way than his 2020 competitors are.
It’s like the flu: uncomfortable, occasionally deadly, but constantly with us.
A controversy in Arizona is a portent of future public-policy fights.
Nineteen attorneys general are lobbying against extending that right in Title IX cases on campus.
It shows a peculiar aspect of 21st-century America: victimhood chic.
America’s largest Protestant denomination is reeling from a sexual-abuse scandal. Can its leaders push through needed reforms?
Never gratuitously annoy the person who is deciding how long you’ll spend in federal prison.
The Supreme Court seems poised to affirm that it can be displayed on public land—but a great deal rides on its rationale.
At the Munich Security Conference, Europe and the Trump administration stopped pretending to respect each other.
The speeches present the country’s condition as a puzzle that’s missing one piece, which the candidate can supply.
Charles Eliot charted a course of education reform 150 years ago. Now it falls to us to update his vision for today’s challenges.