When the real estate bubble that enriched households and local governments alike soon bursts, the whole world may pay.
A quirky Catholic convert unlocks prayer and spiritual growth with Shakespeare, math, and ballroom dance.
Despite going to war on promises of female empowerment, the U.S. is leaving a country essentially unchanged.
Bad advice, bad memories, mysticism, humiliation, class struggle, sleaze, and more of my favorite things.
The Iran deal pits the allies of Israel’s prime minister against an international consensus.
Gut instincts don’t have a great track record of endowing moral worth upon the weak and the vulnerable.
Government-friendly inexpert witnesses help grease the wheels for an unaccountable war on terror.
Why conservatives and libertarians should support aid for Kiev—and diplomacy with Russia.
Damon Linker wants credit for his feelings about abortion without the burden of opposing it.
We might be able to have a less stupid politics if welfarists, and their critics, knew the difference.
Lincoln-Douglas these debates were not.
#unplannedparenthood testifies to a thankfulness for life that escapes The Atlantic
Eastern emperors were accountable to their people and the public good without being democrats.
The returned soldier’s legal proceedings are beset by the red meat rhetoric of GOP primary season.
The Neue Galerie captures Russia’s last moments of open artistic experimentation before the “short 20th century.”
The Iron Lady was a principled friend to Israel who could have rallied conservatives to Obama’s nuclear agreement.
Rod Dreher shows how a literary classic can be the best therapy for troubled times and a troubled soul.
The musician’s dark side makes it hard to remember his stunning beginnings.
The moralistic storytelling of “Trainwreck” results in a boring film.