He can boast about policy successes and a dramatic break from neoliberal orthodoxy, but he has to do so in a speech, unlike last year’s, that clearly and eloquently explains his welcome economic vision.
Bigger paychecks for ordinary workers are not driving higher prices—and they haven’t grown nearly as much as corporate profits.
It would have been a no-brainer a few years ago, but the Trumpy GOP is divided over backing Kyiv.
The measure approved by the Republican governor and statehouse includes a strict photo ID requirement, unlike the more sensible ones used in other states.
The daughter of a former Memphis cop explains why she didn’t view the latest traffic stop that became a death sentence—and why you may not want to either.
By appointing special counsels in the Trump and Biden document cases, he’s made a mess of both investigations.
Internet platforms have enjoyed a legal status that exempts them from legal liability for their content. Tech giants such as Google, Meta, and TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, have been under this umbrella thanks to the Communications Decency Act of 1996, specifically its Section 230, establishing that companies cannot be treated as the publisher of the […]
This magazine and, in particular, Phillip Longman, built the intellectual architecture to prosecute the tech giant’s predatory practices.
House GOP ideologues want to use the looming debt ceiling crisis to cut entitlements. Will a weak Kevin McCarthy let them?
Democrats should understand that achieving better policy is more important than avoiding division.