In my home state, one man’s plan to encourage voting didn’t go the way he expected.
Instead of focusing solely on how the candidates would behave in the Oval Office, consider how each man is likely to inspire others to behave.
Robert Roth on an anti-racist approach to high-school history
Former Vice President Joe Biden is using his Scranton bona fides to win over a key voting bloc.
The rich are all right.
The 11th annual panoramic-photo competition has just come to a close, and the winning images and finalists have been announced.
The tradition of granting post-term immunity from prosecution to those who leave the White House now comes at too great a cost.
Like other stories about terrible rich people, HBO’s glitzy murder mystery The Undoing is entranced by a world it finds immoral.
Coal and fracking don’t work like other declining industries, and that matters for Democrats.
Every time the president ramps up his violent rhetoric, every time he fires up Twitter to launch another broadside against me, my family and I see a surge of vicious attacks sent our way.
States and cities struggling through the pandemic recession are wondering if higher taxes will raise revenue, or cause a mass exodus.
America won the internet, and now makes us all speak its language.
How fear and infection spread across the factory floor
A mother of five young kids is considering taking their education into her own hands.
A January immigration ruling didn’t cause as much of a stir as the 2017 Muslim ban. But it upended countless families’ plans.
Before the president promoted Justin Walker to a federal appeals court, Walker had been a district-court judge for less than a year.
“I really thought that it was something that I could kind of brush over and move past, like a lot of other things in my life. And it didn’t turn out to be like that.”
Barbara Szalai wasn’t worried about moving upriver from a coal plant. Then sticky black dust started coating her home, and the headaches and allergies began.
After a grad student lost her Medicaid coverage, she turned to cocaine and painkillers.
Republicans understand that Barrett’s confirmation is coming just a week before a potential electoral “bloodbath.” They don’t care.
It’s official. Barrett is joining the Supreme Court.
Americans now face a third wave of the coronavirus. New lockdowns may soon follow—this time, without economic support.
Scientists have detected evidence of water in an unexpected place—a significant, but not earth-shattering, discovery.
The pandemic has broken Americans’ understanding of what to fear.
The former vice president has spent decades working in the region—and he has a chance to rebuild America’s image there.
Our persuasion rate is much higher than that of traditional electioneering efforts.
I am incredibly worried that he’s not on the same page as me about moving our relationship forward.
If you hate wokeness, you should vote for Joe Biden.
In Union County, North Carolina, change is coming—and the GOP is struggling to keep up.
Welcome to the great wait.