The case against American military supremacy
An increasing number of states allow college students to arm themselves. The dire consequences are on the rise, too.
An unorthodox strategy to mask his flaws will only end up emphasizing them.
What are they afraid of? A truly representative democracy.
The banal, evil, all-destructive reign of Mitch McConnell
With New York City facing one crisis after another, the mayor is testing the waters for a White House run. Who is he kidding?
A blast from a now-unimaginable past
A multiple-choice quiz on some of the great issues of our time
The EPA chief's latest argument against fighting climate change is astonishingly foolish—but it's exactly what most of us want to hear.
Two developers dreamed of building the biggest ferris wheel in the world. The project had Michael Bloomberg's blessing, while a Wall Street whiz named Big Rich pulled in hundreds of millions of dollars in Chinese loans. What went wrong?
The unlikely, energizing friendship of Hugh Kenner and Guy Davenport
Several Twitter users mocked the congressman, and he won't stand for it.
What the Christchurch mass shooter's manifesto reveals about the way jokes and memes are used on the racist right
The No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge is a major litmus test for 2020 candidates.
Once again, moderates are trying to scare voters away from left-wing politics.
Food culture has never been bigger. It's also never been more controversial.
Chief Justice John Roberts may have the final say on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's ambitious plan to fight global warming.
Congress is allowed to change the size of the Supreme Court, and it has done so seven times. The country survived just fine.
What his months-long tease about a presidential run tells us about his candidacy and character
President Trump is not the first president to weaken the international liberal order.