Gallup’s annual Values and Beliefs survey has some interesting results.
Cities across the United States are taking the wrong approach to a crisis.
Electoral Count Act reforms are “hidden” in the bipartisan budget bill.
A revealing comparison of Republican districts that deny and don’t deny the 2020 outcome.
Putin is committing war crimes in retaliation for an attack on a legitimate military target.
As more details emerge about the documents he stole, defenders are falling away.
A precision drone strike on a balcony in Kabul took out a longtime nemesis.
It’s okay to ask a war criminal for some political dirt on your opponent, right?
Two unclassified after-action reports shine a new—if one-sided—light on the evacuation.
But from what? Comparing two stories from Tennessee that show our society’s contradictory impulses when it comes to “protecting the children.”
The safety gap between affluent, white and poor, minority communities has grown over the last three decades.
Apparently, New York and Oregon are not the same place.
Thirteen Marines and dozens of Afghan civilians are dead in a much-anticipated attack.
The indicators are pointing in the direction of caffeine being good for most people.
Biden’s America is a place and idea in which the trappings of empire or glory are ephemera in comparison with perennial human relationships—families; friendships; communities; schools; neighbors; partners.
Usually candidates don’t talk about how bad things are across the country while appealing to be re-elected.
A reckoning for 2500 Kosovar Serb civilians who were slaughtered is at hand.
Fewer people are very happy and more are not too happy than any time in a longstanding survey.
The grand jury was disbanded, so there was no need to continue the coercion tactic.