A diplomatic nightmare brewing since last week is now upon us.
The incumbent should win easily but turnout is low and the consequences dire.
Whether dupes or active participants, the damage is real (and points us back to 2016).
NATO has stepped up in a pleasantly surprising way to resist the Ukraine invasion.
Sanctions are already taking a toll. But the West could do more if it had the will.
The Biden administration is close to repairing the damage Trump caused.
The court wisely deferred to Congress in setting its own rules.
The Serbian superstar is sacrificing immortality to avoid vaccination.
Russia may invade Ukraine again. The United States would prefer otherwise.
The erstwhile QAnon Shaman will spend another three-and-a-half years in jail.
Jacob Chansley has agreed to spend 41 to 51 months in prison for his role in the 6 January riots.
The Philippine president is taking a novel approach to the problem.
The President announced a whopping 72 initiatives to rein in corporate power and lower prices.
Some of the Capitol rioters were much more dangerous than others.
As we assess Trump’s role in all of this, it is important to think through what he did (and did not) do.
Although, as usual, he maintains his odious approach to it all.