Vladimir Putin

Can the Democrats Fix Washington?

The prospect of a Democratic wave in the midterm elections this fall recalls the moment, nearly 50 years ago, when a group of young, liberal lawmakers swept into Congress on a mission to overturn the status quo. What can today's Democrats learn from the historic class of 1974?

Truth Without Consequences

Robert Mueller’s latest indictment details how deeply Russia meddled with U.S. democracy to aid Trump, but the president still refuses to condemn it.

A Cold War Without Guard Rails

The demise of the Trump-Putin bromance leaves a dangerous combination: two toddlers-in-chief, a bellicose top adviser, and a decimated diplomatic corps.

Verboten

Germany’s risky law for stopping hate speech on Facebook and Twitter