Despite the easing of taboos and the rise of hookup apps, Americans are in the midst of a sex recession.
“Rich people don’t get their own ‘better’ firefighters, or at least they aren’t supposed to.”
“Anti-Left” still beats “anti-Trump” in Texas, Georgia, and Florida, and in many other places besides.
Peter Navarro—a business-school professor, a get-rich guru, a former Peace Corps member, and a former Democrat—is among the most important generals in Trump’s trade war.
Some progressives are blaming a single demographic group for a string of losses in the midterm elections—but that distorts the actual results.
Each year, local governments spend nearly $100 billion to move headquarters and factories between states. It’s a wasteful exercise that requires a national solution.
It is best not to diagnose the president from afar, which is why the federal government needs a system to evaluate him up close.
Weeks ago, Super Typhoon Yutu devastated the Northern Mariana Islands, which are home to tens of thousands of Americans. Mainland outlets paid little attention.
The members may not be capable of uniting to block the Democrats' legislative agenda—or their investigations of President Trump.
Lee Chang-dong’s new film paints a deft and intimate portrait of a young generation beset by economic desperation.
The cultural stereotype of an IVF patient is an older white woman, even though black women are almost twice as likely to struggle with infertility.
Contrary to popular belief, they weren’t exceptionally prone to head injuries, and certainly no more so than early humans.
When I was elected to the House of Representatives two years ago, I found the problems weren’t as bad as I’d expected—they were worse.
In today’s economy, well-off people live in big cities, while everyone else gets pushed out. Bringing new Amazon offices to Virginia and New York could hasten the process.
A planet more than three times the mass of Earth may be orbiting in a star system long thought to be barren.
The total number of smartphone users worldwide will reach an estimated 3 billion this year—here’s a look at the visual landscape.
“The fire, to me—it’s like an ocean. It’s so strong that we don’t really stand a chance of doing much to it.”
More comfortable online than out partying, post-Millennials are safer, physically, than adolescents have ever been. But they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis.