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I’m sure the Brits appreciate his sage wisdom.
How the not-so-long-ago era of the 43rd president has strangely contributed to contemporary literature.
Democratic voters are fiercely serious and listening more to their heads than to their hearts.
How House members vote on overriding Trump's veto will tell how much they believe in the Declaration of Independence.
Deeply religious Americans went for Trump because they feel surrounded and are looking for escape, not because they're prone to authoritarianism.
Talk about reparations is more nuanced than promising black folks a check.
Why, for one, do I equate liberalism and capitalism?
America’s days as a superpower may be numbered — because of this president.
The GOP’s tweet about Beto O’Rourke was a reminder of how far Irish Americans have come — and the specialness they’re leaving behind.
Trump made extravagant promises when he wooed voters in 2016. And they haven’t forgotten.
Gird your loins, congressman. It’s a tough battle ahead.
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders lead the pack. Can a rival knock them out?
Critics and news reports have suggested false narratives about Jared Kushner’s business leadership.
For 40 years, the Indian Child Welfare Act has protected the best interests of Native children and helped preserve the integrity of tribal nations across the United States.
Bangladesh is pushing a risky policy for the return of refugees to Myanmar.
It is disappointing that there is so little understanding at Harvard of the role of law and lawyers in a free society.
Burying the report because a sitting president supposedly can’t be indicted — although he can be impeached — would be nothing short of perverse.
Bills to rein in national emergencies merit consideration.
Behind his frivolous complaint is a real threat to Web freedom.
The country is coming together after the Christchurch massacre.
How a socialist mayor saved the city.
The global nature of racist nationalism.
How the pursuit of money and status overtook the missions of knowledge and truth.
It’s hard to overstate the elation I feel when I’m wearing clothes I’ve made.
America’s first one-term president paid dearly for a similar move.
When bad actors twist history, historians fight back on Twitter and other nonacademic platforms. It's necessary.
If you've ever raised a child, or plan to do so, this bold, new proposal for a robust child allowance — the American Family Act — is going to make a ton of sense to you.
Poor and minority students are used to being told we've stolen someone else's spot.
A growing national movement of prosecutors recognizes that the pursuit of justice demands consideration of both future and past decisions.
Across the country cities are using their authority to create community choice aggregators to drive the transition to 100 percent renewable electricity.
this has never been a case about too much race in redistricting; it is about a naked power grab by Democrats.
When his baseball dream ended, he began a life of service to Maryland.
Virginia’s State Corporation Commission should inform the climate debate by releasing its models.