With the recent victory, the association has shown signs that it cannot defend its amateurism model for much longer.
As his criminal trial begins, the mogul seems to believe that the language of pain used by his accusers applies just as readily to himself.
The annual film festival will kick off a new year in independent cinema this week.
The New York Times’ 1619 Project launched with the best of intentions, but has been undermined by some of its claims.
Dershowitz, Giuliani, Starr, and others relive their glory days by latching onto the president.
A case now before the Fifth Circuit threatens to upend the laws that enable Native self-governance.
Newly elected representatives are among those trying to turn the demonstrations into a permanent prodemocracy movement.
As senators embarked on their first day of proceedings, the occasional yawn and rubbing of the eyes emphasized the pointlessness of the whole affair.
Stunning new allegations about the relationship between the Amazon CEO and the crown prince of Saudi Arabia hint at just how connected the world’s most powerful people are.
On the occasion of this year’s Hitchens Prize, a look back at tributes to Christopher Hitchens by Atlantic writers at the time of his death
Instead of mounting a defense of their client, the president’s lawyers homed in on remarks delivered by the House Democrat back in September.
A deep dive into an archive will never be the same.
Two new albums, Manic and Rare, air inner turmoil bluntly while staying catchy and controlled.
In the Philippines, parts of the landscape near Taal have gone completely gray, covered in a blanket of volcanic ash.
Senate Republicans can scarcely afford to hold a trial—but they can hardly afford not to hold one either.
A “Potemkin trial,” a “rushed trial,” a “fair trial.” Plus: How the political “hobbyism” of the college-educated is ruining American politics.
On the feel-good sitcom, now in its final season, romances signal a more surprising attachment: to home.
And what a child thinks of that advice
Protesters gathered at the Virginia state capitol on Monday to exercise their First Amendment rights, but they did so in a way that took away the First Amendment rights of others.
If Mitch McConnell ran the Super Bowl, would the game even have to happen?
Treatment at a military hospital can leave you tens of thousands of dollars in debt—and hounded by the federal government.
The Constitution originally provided for the selection of senators by state legislatures, but the Seventeenth Amendment changed that, and with it, the Senate itself.
The president’s job is to oversee the whole of the executive branch, but under Trump the inverse is happening.
Ottawa’s ability to balance its interests and partners offers lessons for London.
Thousands gathered around Virginia’s state capitol to protest proposed gun-control laws.
The document released by the president’s lawyers reads more like the scream of a wounded animal than a traditional legal filing.
One approach to dealing with unwanted plants and animals: Eat them.
Political hobbyism is to public affairs what watching SportsCenter is to playing football.
My husband feels disrespected and unloved, and I don’t know how to bring harmony back to our family.
Makoto Shinkai’s bold and charming Weathering With You is set in a world ending so gradually, people barely notice it anymore.