Candidate Kamala Harris had a plan to help Dreamers. Why not use it?
Biden's first two attempts to help young people brought to this country when they were young were blocked. Fortunately, there's a Plan C.
The myth that Jews are all-powerful is the biggest threat to Jewish lives
A dangerous conspiracy theory animated the attack on a Texas synagogue.
‘The Expanse’ had a dark view of humanity — but it ended on a note of hope
It reminded us that things can still get better, partly because people can.
I have some questions about the Los Angeles railway thefts
Something should be done! What is that something?
Boris Johnson at last forgot his satirical purpose. And it could be his undoing.
Who’s the ‘great supine protoplasmic invertebrate jelly’ now, prime minister?
When does presidential rhetoric matter?
Some Democrats want Biden to be more like Trump. Huh?
We stopped tracking coronavirus cases at the University of Florida. Here’s why.
The pandemic is entering a phase when case counts are both highly inaccurate and somewhat meaningless.
U.S. law makes scientific research on marijuana too expensive and complicated
Might cannabinoids help treat or prevent covid-19? Federal law will make it hard to find out.
I fought hard for you in the ICU. So did covid.
Attending to a very ill patient’s fear is paramount and time-consuming, but it is never enough.
This is a dangerous time in the pandemic for people like me. Don’t forget us.
For the immunocompromised, covid fatigue poses a grave threat.
We’re training our own insurrectionists
The Oath Keepers are among those who use their military skills to advance their extremist plots.
The argument over closing schools is still stuck in 2020
A brief, reluctant pause to deal with the chaos of omicron simply isn’t the same as a long-term shutdown.
Putin aims beyond Ukraine. Checking him right now is crucial.
The U.S. can deliver military equipment to Ukraine, apply legal pressure and announce step-by-step sanctions to have a chance at stopping Russia.
Guantanamo’s prison has stumped three presidents. Biden can finally close it.
Quiet developments in Washington give me hope.
Joe Biden is no Jimmy Carter. He should wish he was.
The comparison is more complicated — and flattering — than critics realize
Sidney Poitier movies bored me as a kid. Only later did I get what made him great.
What I loved about watching Poitier was the righteous rage that sat right beneath his skin.
My scary love of Jewish horror
Regular horror? No thanks. Jewish horror? I can't look away.
The suit to bar Madison Cawthorn from running could help the Jan. 6 committee
Section 3 of the 14th Amendment disqualifies supporters of insurrection from holding office.
The policy gap in the Indo-Pacific
There is an clear way for the United States to pursue an Indo-Pacific strategy. The only problem is that it is a political non-starter.
Omicron is spreading lightning fast. We need to shift our strategy quickly, too.
Some of the conventional wisdom about isolation, quarantine and vaccine mandates may be out of date.