Tom Wolfe highlights the shabby treatment of two underappreciated intellectuals.
Historians agree on the top three. Below that, there are fascinating trends in opinion.
The benefits of prioritizing skilled immigrants
After 15 years, the first campaign of the War on Terror is on autopilot.
To exercise real oversight, our representatives must take ownership of foreign entanglements.
A documentary explores the consequences of our new way of war.
Demographically speaking, it doesn’t seem to make sense.
The leak has narrowed Trump’s options for dealing with Putin.
A reader voices her concerns; the editor replies.
A presidential commission led by Robert Kennedy Jr. could raise uncomfortable questions about the incentives driving vaccination recommendations.
The nationalism of Cardinal Richelieu still inspires the French.
As his friend Ronald Reagan might have put it, “Not bad, Bill, not bad at all.”
“Salad bowls” are historically common and entirely consistent with human nature.
Trump is hardly the first to face speculations of mental illness.
With Trump’s attention elsewhere, the defense establishment seems set on sending more troops there.
All options are “on the table.”
Is Yemen being used as a springboard to war?
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Australia and South America also had cold-weather records. Why is nobody talking about it?