A Senate vote last week was a major step toward opening Hill internships to non-rich kids.
California and Maine show how well-meaning efforts to encourage moderation can undermine political parties.
To lead the country out of the doldrums of Trumpism, liberals need to address the lack of dignity in the lives of too many Americans.
The fixation on school shootings ignores the fact that kids are much, much safer at school than they are at home.
The men’s rights movement uses supply-and-demand mythology to justify its dangerous attack on women’s rights.
Those singularly focused on collusion may be missing the most troubling aspect of this administration.
Why generals oppose the nomination of Gina Haspel as CIA director.
A Washington, D.C. policy bans ads with religious messages from public transit. Is that constitutional? Supreme Court precedent says yes and no.
There’s increasingly just one conceivable justification for Trump’s silence on Russia aggression—blackmail from the Kremlin.
If the Russia investigation proceeds unimpeded, Republicans can likely rationalize the outcome. But if Trump fires Mueller, that won’t be possible.