The party may have an easier time taking back the Senate if it focuses voters’ attention on the Court’s impact on health care.
The first major documentary about the coronavirus pandemic is a brutal look at the earliest days of the outbreak in Wuhan, China.
Instead of reducing disparities, the industry makes them worse. Here’s how to change that.
Bill Barr is convinced that the country is betraying its founding—and that it’s up to him to stop it.
Foreign policy should work better for America’s middle class.
Our country is made better, not worse, by young people reckoning with the full legacy of the institution.
Humans like to feel optimistic about and in control of where their life is headed. The pandemic has made it very hard to feel that way.
This is the progressive case for court packing in a nutshell: “If your wallet is stolen, you don’t forgo efforts to recover it just because it might be stolen again.”
“If you only look at COVID deaths, you’re actually missing the scale of the setback.”
No matter the outcome, President Donald Trump will not concede the presidential race, our reporter posits.
She expanded the possibilities of family life and work—for women and for men.
Two years ago, Reddit had the internet’s biggest QAnon problem. Today, that problem is gone—but the company can’t really explain why.
Images from the life of an iconic woman, and from the memorials in recent days
The nation’s top public-health expert addresses political interference in the COVID-19 response, but urges Americans to focus on the winter ahead.
A coronavirus vaccine doesn’t need to be perfect to still be valuable.
And the two parties—and the judges they have appointed—are on completely divergent legal paths.
If the vote is close, Donald Trump could easily throw the election into chaos and subvert the result. Who will stop him?
By moving forward with the Supreme Court confirmation, the president is giving lawmakers little space to carve out an independent identity that could help them win reelection.
Another tragic milestone arrives.
Time again for a look at the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless species that share our planet
The Democratic nominee insists that he can restore bipartisan comity on Capitol Hill. GOP senators suggest otherwise.
Democrats might crush Republicans in November. With a 6–3 conservative Supreme Court majority, abortion rights could still be decimated.
Four questions that could determine whether Mitch McConnell can push through a Trump Supreme Court nominee
One giant psychology experiment explains why many people seem like they don’t care about the deaths of the elderly.
The film’s disappointing release is further evidence that the pandemic is defeating blockbuster movies.
The typical path to parenthood didn’t work for David Jay, a founder of the asexual movement. So he designed his own household—and is trying to show others what is possible.
The White House memo declaring New York City, Portland, and Seattle “anarchist jurisdictions” isn’t federalism; it’s half-baked feudalism.
Every relationship is long-distance now—and that’s a good thing.
The justice understood that the two great principles of American democracy—equality and liberty—are not at odds, but rather integral to each other.
Hurricanes in the Gulf, fires in the West, the coronavirus everywhere—the country is a mess.