Why should he? This Mueller investigation is starting to stink.
Sometimes we must choose between bad options, but a unilateral strike would be the worst.
The duopoly succumbed to the war machine, while organized resistance got pushed to the fringe.
Neoconservatives won’t stop until their plans to remake the Middle East are realized.
It’s not so much a sign of secular liberal grinches as it is of widespread de-Christianization
Provocative U.S. military exercises in Northeast Asia aren’t helping.
Haley’s stunt is a lame bid to try to make people forget that our clients are committing crimes against humanity with our government’s assistance.
Claire Berlinski on the moral panic targeting male sexuality
Secretary Zinke wants Big Business to get a foothold in untapped national monuments, so he’s shrinking them.
Host suspended on sex harassment allegations says PBS is railroading him
There has been a noticeable lack of debate over attacking North Korea, but administration officials have been anything but coy about the possibility that they might do this.
Denuclearization is a fantasy, and the continued pursuit of it invites disaster for the U.S., the Koreas, and the surrounding region.
The nostalgia of some conservatives hearkens back to a different—and irretrievable—economic time.
But there are dueling narratives about what Roy Moore’s loss means.
Donald Trump’s election shows this political courtship is real. But it will only continue if Republicans respond in kind.
The crown prince could be working to engineer a two-state solution that favors Israel.
Sexual assault and character matter, as does the ground game. And what about those Trump coattails?
It is the height of hubris to imagine that the U.S. is in a position “not to allow” Iran to have a presence in Syria.
Kenneth Marcus says schools that allow BDS protests should lose federal funding. How is this not a violation of the First Amendment?
Roy Moore defeat carries an important lesson for religious conservatives
Tillerson has been publicly undermined so many times by the Trump White House that it is safe to assume that the Secretary of State never speaks for the president when he says anything remotely reasonable.
Must-see: A social media builder warns that the technology is destroying society
As the British government fumbles and a hard border looms, the specter of violence has risen once again.
As long as denuclearization remains the administration’s goal in North Korea, the policy remains as unrealistic as ever.
The plight of Yemen’s people has been made worse by the systematic, deliberate coalition campaign to attack the country’s sources of food production.
If he wins tonight, it could bolster conservative judges. It could also undermine the argument for religious liberty. (UPDATED)
God seems to have been the first hard-core decentralist anti-statist but how did we get here? It’s worth unpacking.
The snarling face of American politics twenty years hence
We can’t police the world where Russia and China have greater interests than we do.
The latest idea for the mollycoddled generation: anti-bullying cameras in all school lavatories.
A proud Ron Paul voter explains why the battle against the state is all but lost.
Tillerson’s job at this point seems to be reciting administration talking points that have no relationship to the real world.
The vice president is one of the most ardent “pro-Israel” hawks in his party, so sending him to this part of the world right now is akin to pouring salt on a fresh wound