For all the visible damage the president has done to the nation’s global standing, things are much worse below the surface.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein flew to Seattle for a press conference at which he announced little, but may have said a great deal.
Students who survived the Parkland, Florida, shooting met with top state leaders to lobby for gun control.
On Tuesday, the district attorney in Durham, North Carolina, dismissed all remaining charges in the August case. What does that mean for the future of statues around the country?
The preacher, dead at 99, advised presidents, mentored clergy, and influenced millions of people. Will his legacy of non-partisan outreach continue?
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President Trump directed Attorney General Jeff sessions to propose regulations that would ban accessories that increase the firing rates of semi-automatic weapons.
On Tuesday, Alex Van Der Zwaan, a lawyer who helped produce a report at Manafort’s behest, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Whatever their reasons, both Obama and Trump have argued against overemphasizing the effects of election interference—and they might both have a point.
Texas Representative Joe Barton, a survivor of last summer’s mass shooting at a congressional baseball practice, talks about his reaction to the attack in Florida.
Republican Representative Tom Rooney of Florida won’t seek another term, becoming the latest member of Congress to forego reelection. Here's a running list of all the lawmakers calling it quits.
The sociologist Gabriel Rossman offered valuable advice to UCLA students on the responsibilities that accompany free speech—and modeled the importance of having conservative faculty on campus.
The president can’t grasp that what matters most about the Russia attack is not what it reveals about his political legitimacy but what it reveals about America’s national vulnerability.
President Clinton showed that with persistence and leadership, legislative restrictions on firearms are attainable.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman’s actions are toxic to the democratic process and dangerous to American national security.
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Those toiling inside this administration are fooling themselves if they think they can somehow rise above the character and temperament of this president to shepherd this country through to a more normal time.
The outrage directed against the New York Times writer Bari Weiss is the latest illustration of a culture that undermines the causes it seeks to advance.
At the height of the Black Power movement, the Bureau focused on the unlikeliest of public enemies: black independent booksellers.
The path to its revival lies in self-sacrifice, and in placing collective interests ahead of the narrowly personal.
On domestic policy, the party is moving left. On foreign and defense policy, the party barely exists.