Who wrote women out of Civil War history?
Can Elizabeth Warren run for president and bring ideas back into our politics, all at the same time?
The Hamiltonian public option
"First Things" has become the premiere journal for proponents of a religious state.
It's easy to see why he's attacking politicians of color. Why are Beltway pundits so blind to it?
The Farm's Baby Boomer founders and its newest residents don't always see eye to eye about how to change the world.
Fighting inequality by turning workers into owners
They believe democracy is best left to the experts.
Crank ideas have always flourished in times of great instability and inequality.
Will leftist pro-gun groups deter political violence or inflame it?
Notes on Cancel Culture
The former Fox News host has bounced back from a #MeToo scandal stronger than ever.
The author of Hiroshima showed the world the realities of American power.
The women in her new novel confront abuse and grapple with faith.
For years, Cindy McCain warned of dangerous men coming to enslave American women and girls. Now Trump is running with it.
The shuttering of the GM works in Lordstown will also bury a lost chapter in the fight for workers’ control.
Everyone knows the numbers are as unreliable as ever, and yet the political press still hypes every little rise and fall.
The prime minister of Hungary has caged refugees in shipping containers and rewritten the country's constitution.