Moscow-based Patriarch Kirill believes in “Russkiy Mir”—Greater Russia—as much as Putin does.
He ran as a genial moderate, but the new Republican governor of Virginia is acting like a mini Donald Trump.
Last Friday, former White House Chief of Staff Mark R. Meadows filed a Supreme Court brief asking for “a prompt answer” to the question of whether Donald Trump has legitimate grounds to shield White House records from the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol. Even if Trump were entitled […]
For almost 60 years, the press has had the protection of New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, but it probably won’t be much longer before the Supreme Court considers challenges to the landmark case.
Instead of fighting each other over abortion, Democrats can fight these Republicans.
Blue states are being crushed by gerrymandering, a skewed Senate, and filibustering. The result is the nation’s unraveling.
Their end-of-term decisions on greenhouse gas regulation and migrants from Mexico could have been worse, but the conservative justices are still pushing the Court rightward.
As the Manila strongman comes to the end of his term, Filipinos, like Americans, still live in the shadow of authoritarianism.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s riveting testimony.
I asked him on Hardball how he’d enforce his opposition to abortion rights. He put the onus on women and explicitly absolved men.
In 24 hours, the Supreme Court gutted abortion rights and made it oh-so-easy to carry a gun on the subway. Welcome to the new, horrifying normal.
A new, cheap local service gives the USPS and hometown merchants a fighting chance.
Inflation is up, and so are interest rates, but cautious Federal Reserve policies and an assist from OPEC can bring the economy in for a much-desired soft landing.