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The Dangerous Journey of John Eastman
How a mild-mannered law professor became the architect of a scheme to overturn a presidential election.
How Biden Is Using Federal Power to Liberate Localities
The president’s quiet effort to free municipalities from the despotism of GOP governors.
The Disorder of Succession
Should the president and vice president both die, you’d think we’d have a well-considered plan to reconstitute the government. In fact, we don’t.
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New College, a small public liberal arts school the Florida governor wants to overhaul, already scores well on the Washington Monthly’s college list—and U.S. News’s, too.
American Terrorism: From Timothy McVeigh to January 6
Jeffrey Toobin offers a grim portrayal of the growth of the radical right since the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.