For two years now I’ve been trying to persuade myself that I could at least pretend to have a soft spot in my iron-clad heart...

To the Editor: Noah C. Rothman’s article about our politics of despair presents a number of points worthy of serious conversation (“The Fatalist Conceit,” May). One,...

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Democrats find themselves in a state of confusion. Not only is there no clear favorite for the party’s 2020 presidential nomination, it’s uncertain what economic...

In a controversial Supreme Court case arising from Colorado’s treatment of gay rights and private businesses, Justice Anthony Kennedy announced that the Court would stand...

If you follow politics in America today, you probably spend most of your time gawking at the president. It is hard to avoid attributing every...

There are good reasons to be wary of impeachment talk,” wrote the New York Times columnist David Leonhardt earlier this year. The sentence was his...