Faced with sexual-assault allegations, he has been more aggressive in fighting for his Supreme Court nomination than most of his predecessors.
For my wife, Deb, and me in recent years, a big theme has been the renewal of America at the…
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Readers share their stories of sexual misconduct, and discuss what redemption might look like.
The president doesn't like to fire people, but he does have a penchant for drama.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will meet with President Trump on Thursday following reports that he once suggested secretly recording the president and discussed invoking the Twenty-Fifth Amendment.
“When women’s political fortunes are dependent on the political environment … ”
A week after the Syrian military mistakenly shot down a Russian plane, Moscow said Israel was ultimately to blame.
Immovable deadlines. Defenses that pivot around the question of “last minute” allegations. Allies of Brett Kavanaugh have been attempting to make a scapegoat of time itself.
Republicans in Washington are committed to getting Trump’s Supreme Court nominee confirmed, fearing their voters will stay home in November if they can’t seal the deal.
The fall of a prominent behavioral scientist tells of a system where research is judged not on merit, but on the attention it gets.
In his final days, the late American poet Donald Hall muses on the process of growing old.
As new allegations have surfaced, the White House has continued to refuse an independent investigation.
Pat Barker’s retelling of the Homeric epic imagines the Trojan War from the perspective of a female slave fought over by two Greek heroes.
In 99 Glimpses of Princess Margaret, the author Craig Brown captures Queen Elizabeth’s younger sister perfectly.
With the graphic novel On a Sunbeam, Tillie Walden has created a science-fiction universe of queer love, crumbling ruins, and magical forests. It might piss off the genre’s purists.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel is a surprisingly apt primer on the president of the United States.
The 185th Oktoberfest beer festival opened in Munich this weekend, and organizers are expecting more than 6 million visitors over the next two weeks.
But when is it justified?
Gunmen killed 25 people, including civilians, on Saturday.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is now in mortal peril.
His departure could have consequences for the special counsel’s probe.
Three new allegations against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee show the dangers of a hasty process.
Alec Baldwin is returning to play President Trump for the show’s 44th season, with only one new cast member coming aboard the stalling sketch revue.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley appeared on Sunday morning’s news shows and took a hard line on Iran, but said the president would react favorably if Iran expressed interest in meeting.
A four-year experiment sets out to study the ecological consequences of a bold scheme to end malaria.
She refuses to hang out with him, and it’s destroying our friendship.
What trouble in Turkey reveals about the perils of strongman rule
The Sunday shows were filled with commentary on the 51-year-old research psychologist’s expected testimony against the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but no one could quite define what a fair hearing should look like.
“Venezuela is no longer a pressure cooker. It’s a time bomb waiting to explode.”