Netflix’s latest forces us to confront a question: what if digitally we could live forever?
The system didn’t break down. Someone failed to uphold its standards, and the Trump administration paid the price.
Hobnobbing with a neo-fascist group was just the beginning. Does the conservative conference understand who they just invited?
When liberal journalists fight the culture war, truth is the first casualty
The Trump administration seems to think that the only reason to meet with representatives of other governments is to dictate terms to them.
He will lead the search for a new editor.
It’s time to rethink our defense commitments. Risking a catastrophic conflict is too great a price for Taiwanese independence.
Students may not be interested in their college studies, but they can’t survive without them.
The chief of the world’s governing chess body has been accused of funding ISIS. But did he really?
One congressman says Moscow’s election meddling is Pearl Harbor all over again. Nonsense.
The preference for all-or-nothing posturing from many of our political leaders has made U.S. diplomacy much less effective.
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you
U.S.-Russian hostility is now inevitable, and the results could be tragic.
We acknowledge cars are dangerous and require training to drive them. So why isn’t the same true of carrying guns?
A new profile shows he’s become more circumspect over the platform he created. It’s time we all did.
With the White House firmly on his side, Bibi’s biggest challenge is to restrain his appetite.
The U.S. should respect the preference of a large majority of the people living in the allied country that has the most at stake in a conflict with North Korea.
There is something about dealing with “rogue” states that causes people in our government to shut off their ability to reason.
My weekend with the Journées Paysannes
The Saudis and their allies continue escape censure for their well-documented and severe crimes in Yemen.
If North Korea has to make major concessions as a condition for beginning a “meaningful dialogue,” that guarantees that there will be no dialogue of any kind.
Haley ignores the far more numerous and egregious violations of international law by the Saudis and their allies.
“Illiberal hegemony” is the worst of both worlds.
The hawks and internationalists who set our house on fire don’t now deserve the contract to rebuild it.
It isn’t a last gasp; it’s a new beginning, one that’s rallying a new breed of young traditionalists.
He took on New Jersey’s Clifford Case and forever changed the way Reagan conservatives talked about the economy.
In a society of advanced decomposition and moral depravity, these perpetrators are nobodies who wish to die as somebodies.
Together we can correct restrictions that drive up prices and squeeze potential residents out of our cities.
There is no security threat comparable to the Soviet Union today that would begin to justify spending more than at the height of the Reagan build-up.
His dossier was more than opposition research, it was part of a full-spectrum information operation.
A new book tells the story of the immigrants from Donegal who still inhabit modern-day Trump Country.
Russia is taking America’s use of privatizing war to the next level–hired guns who are off the books and unaccountable to the people.
In a weird way, his militaristic proposal captures something important about our present moment.
Utah would be be better represented by a local politician, and it would also be better-served by someone who hasn’t made a political career out of being an opportunistic fraud.