Social-media giants can’t decide how far is too far, but a panel of regular people can.
During a few wild weeks in October, U.S. allies watched as their own worst nightmare befell America’s Kurdish partners in Syria. Here's what that means for America’s standing in the world.
The 1952 film exemplifies the key elements of a beloved Hollywood genre.
Lawmakers won’t face facts about Ukraine because they’re scared of the base. Yet one reason the president’s support remains so indivisible is that few lawmakers have condemned him.
Corbyn and Trump are both populists and in a battle with ‘the swamp.’ Brexit aside, Johnson is not.
Samira Ahmed’s case against her employer the BBC illustrates the value of transparency in closing the gender pay gap.
The witness to watch today was William Taylor, who showed up with new information. Plus, a new candidate for Obama’s heir—and for the 2020 Democratic primary?
The GOP will not be a great or good party until those who lead it straighten their backbone.
On rare occasions, congressional hearings beat gritty HBO dramas in entertainment value.
Today’s impeachment hearings depicted a president whose interest in Ukraine was personal, not policy-based.
The first day of impeachment hearings showed Trump’s improper bullying of Ukraine setting off alarms throughout the government.
A new Sundance/AMC series about a 1986 homicide in Central Park explores the pervasive unwillingness to believe that a handsome white Manhattan teen could be culpable.
A small Pennsylvania university has only one varsity program: e-sports. Is this the future of college athletics?
Krzysztof and Wiola love to ski together—even though one of them is blind.
If retail is dying, then pop-up shops might be what replace it.
The ambassador to Ukraine detailed a previously unknown phone call involving President Trump, potentially adding to the Democrats’ case that he put his own interests above the nation’s.
A record-setting acqua alta has left much of Venice submerged, following stormy conditions blowing in from the Adriatic Sea.
A bill in Congress could slash American greenhouse-gas emissions. It’s even bipartisan—if you squint.
“If the president can simply refuse all oversight, particularly in the context of an impeachment proceeding, the balance of power between our two branches of government will be irrevocably altered.”
A year after the release of Michelle Obama’s acclaimed memoir, a celebration of books by black women
How Scott Z. Burns tackled his feature directorial debut, a gripping film about the inquiry into the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation” program
Alumni of the Obama administration love Joe Biden. But some of them think that Deval Patrick is better equipped to win the presidency.
Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton differ in many ways. But beneath each candidate’s marquee scandal lies the same core defect: insularity.
Outsourcing U.S. diplomacy to Rudy Giuliani was a constitutional violation—one whose gravity Republicans might see if they weren’t so busy making excuses for the president.
The U.S. tax code helps entrench gender divisions. It doesn’t have to be that way.
The forces of hatred that Trump stoked to benefit himself politically are spiraling out of control.
Recently, I hit the motherlode, where well over 200 women from rural America met in Greenville, South Carolina for an annual gathering of the Rural Assembly, a coalition of nationwide organizations that advocates for rural communities. This one was the first ever rural women’s summit.
Is Elizabeth Warren overly “angry”? The media are just asking questions.
Some schools rent out their facilities, bringing in extra revenue during a time of widespread budgetary woes.