In one of her most revealing interviews, the justice discusses her losses, her struggles, and her hope for the future.
For once, he may be on the wrong side of a power dynamic.
The military colleagues who saved my life knew what service means. Trump, in contrast, lets his personal insecurities endanger America’s national security.
As many New Yorkers have discovered since the start of the pandemic, Mayor de Blasio does not know how to lead the city.
The Democratic nominee has a Latino-voter problem.
Climate change is killing Americans and destroying the country’s physical infrastructure.
The Supreme Court’s majority is transforming this onetime protection into a sword to strike down hard-fought advances in civil rights.
It’s impossible to square the attorney general’s latest speech with his own record in office.
College presidents have made peace with the risks of playing during the pandemic.
Misconduct in interrogations and trials has sent hundreds of innocent Black men to prison.
Changing voters’ minds is famously difficult, but a recent progressive effort found real success.
Donald Trump has been eager to tweet on many subjects—but notably reticent to emphasize public health.
Over the past 50 years, America has given up on the Enlightenment-era ideals of its Founders—and the country’s coronavirus disaster is the result.
The HBO remake offers a grim depiction of Los Angeles—but it hardly keeps pace with the reality of police abuses in the era.
Paranoia never stopped haunting Brazilian politics. Now, with Jair Bolsonaro in charge, it’s as powerful as ever—and its practitioners have learned a lot from the American internet.
Despite colleges dropping their testing requirements because of the coronavirus, students continue to sign up for the exams, believing that a score is the key to admission.
He is stuck in a Pollyannaish fantasy of his own making.
From authoritarian leaders to White House aides to the Palestinians, tallying the winners and losers
A bizarre video posted by Michael Caputo may be a sign of things to come.
If the West Coast fires were happening in swing states, presidential candidates wouldn't be able to ignore the issue.