Senators grapple with the reality that they have destroyed their own house.
Even Trump-skeptical Republicans are relishing the prospect of a 6–3 Court.
The pressure to take a position, not just from Republicans, but also from fellow Democrats, may only grow.
President Donald Trump refused to clearly condemn white supremacy at last night’s debate. This was no accident.
Amy Coney Barrett’s ascension is a triumph for the conservative legal movement.
Democrats might crush Republicans in November. With a 6–3 conservative Supreme Court majority, abortion rights could still be decimated.
COVID-19 is a catalyst for families who were already skeptical of the traditional school system—and are now thinking about leaving it for good.
“Kiss my ass. I haven’t changed, baby. You have.”
GOP leaders sold a female-friendly version of Donald Trump at the convention, despite dark parts of the president’s history.
Democratic leaders praised the party’s vice-presidential nominee not just as a trailblazer, but as the champion of a more inclusive vision for America.
The university’s leader has effectively become a spokesman for evangelicalism. Pastors and alumni worry about the consequences for their faith.
As activists move closer to their goal of making abortion illegal, they have started planning for the infrastructure needed for a world with more babies—and recruiting major CEOs to bankroll their cause.
A candid conversation with the president of the National Women’s Law Center
Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is keenly aware that COVID-19 is especially dangerous for African Americans. He’s also worried about small businesses.
Women who observe the Jewish laws of sexual purity have to immerse in a ritual pool after their period. Doing so during an outbreak is complicated—and potentially risky.
The Monsey stabbing is the latest in an escalating drumbeat of anti-Semitic violence in the hub of American Jewish life.
The small but robust conservative ecosystem at Princeton finds its way through a bloodthirsty era of politics.
The editor in chief of Christianity Today explains his scathing editorial about the president’s behavior—and the damage he argues his fellow Christians are doing to the Gospel.
The theologian N. T. Wright is unfazed by the faith’s politicization in the U.S.
In 2016, 81 percent of voters in Sioux County chose Donald Trump, though some would feel relief if he were impeached.