Fifteen years later, it’s time for Congress to do its job.
He must convince voters that he is not the malicious character portrayed by the media.
Oliver Stone’s biopic is factually accurate, but honesty isn’t the same as objectivity.
In this week’s best writing on cities: Jane Jacobs, radical or reactionary conservative?
Why the First Amendment will probably fare better under the vulgar Republican than under Hillary Clinton
Cruz’s self-seeking maneuvers have mostly done his political career great harm.
If the world could see the prejudice in our own hearts, how many of us could withstand scrutiny?
James K.A. Smith’s new book explores the heart-shaping power of our habits.
McCain and Corker’s error would almost be funny if it didn’t reflect their poor understanding of the region and the conflict they want the U.S. to continue fueling.
The misleading “land-use trilemma” suggests that affordable housing always requires expanding the suburbs.
When the city government went bankrupt, private citizens continued rebuilding.
Previous decades have had as many or more “upheavals and crises” as we have today.
Right-wing populism is an equal and opposite reaction to mindless cosmopolitan universalism
U.S. client states are creating famine conditions in one of the world’s poorest countries.
It doesn’t usually achieve its objectives—and the perpetrators know it.
The continued arming of a government that is responsible for killing thousands of civilians and is guilty of numerous war crimes represents a breach of past U.S. commitments.
And Trump needs better professional advice.
There is a significant bloc in the Senate that questions the wisdom of U.S. policy in Yemen and views the U.S.-Saudi relationship skeptically.
Not for half a century has the idea of “one nation under God, indivisible,” seemed so distant.
Which is the more important political fact: the shooting of Keith Scott, or the rioting that followed?
Her victory is their only hope of preserving the status quo.
It requires swallowing Saudi propaganda whole to argue that the Saudis and their allies have been acting in self-defense, and that is what McCain and Graham tried to do.
Contemplating the consequences of a GOP victory in November
Most of the world doesn’t need and presumably doesn’t want a “policeman” that can do what it likes and never has to answer to them.
By 2020, American historians will owe Warren G. Harding an apology
The U.S. is facilitating the devastation of a country whose people have done nothing to us.
‘Diversity,’ ‘inclusivity,’ and other shopworn political cant evades real-world issues
If we take the last resort standard seriously, it means that preventive war can never be an option because it is inherently too hasty and unjust. .