The National Enquirer pushed the limits of journalistic norms—and in the process called into question the legal protections enjoyed by the media.
Jeff Bezos’s public stand might help more vulnerable victims.
Trump might well wrap up the war in Afghanistan, but only by giving up on America’s original goals.
Pro-choice advocates shouldn’t get their hopes up after the Supreme Court put a Louisiana statute on hold.
Perhaps there is a difference between donning it to mock black people and donning it to resemble someone, as Mark Herring did.
The subjects of Robert Mueller’s investigation are cashing in.
Organized labor can reverse its decline by focusing on smaller workplaces—and using digital tools to organize them.
Readers weigh in on the ways that social media has changed our freedom to show different aspects of our identities in different domains.
He approached policy with a unique blend of ferocity and tact, and he loved his constituents deeply.
The civil-liberties organization now favors many of the protections proposed by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
A once-simple refrain has now become weighted with conflicting political meanings.
Trump could have used the address to improve his low approval ratings—but he only dug deeper.
Trump is no match for the Texas border barons.
For a black candidate, expressing anger is risky. But in the post-Obama Democratic Party, not expressing anger is risky, too.
Trump opened the door for change in Venezuela. Now he risks closing it.
Sherrod Brown could help his party win back white working-class voters—but he’s out of sync with the mercilessness of American politics.
A dispatch from Davos on the verge of a nervous breakdown
Impeachment-focused Democrats need a Republican ally if they’re going to succeed.
In his State of the Union address, the president returned to the themes he stressed in 2016, reminding Americans why he remains a formidable candidate.
In his State of the Union address, the president had the option of reaching out. He chose to stay the course.