Whether it’s ad campaigns for football season, gauzy reports from the provost, or bombast from the school’s president, higher education abounds with empty rhetoric.
GOP lawmakers know that the state’s diversifying electorate poses a threat to their candidates. Here’s what they’re doing to hold on to power.
Maybe it has to do with the nearby presence of two American oil giants, Chevron and Exxon.
I’ve seen politics as a U.S. Capitol Police officer, a speechwriter, and a journalist. On this sad anniversary, here is a sober look at what Trump wrought.
Too many Americans see the assault on our democracy as a single event. It wasn’t. It’s been continuing ever since.
The future of the American project is at risk. It’s past time for Congress to do something about it.
The justices will hear arguments on mandatory public health measures on January 7. Their rulings could have profound implications for federal regulatory authority beyond the pandemic.
A proposed amendment to remake the chamber that is systematically killing our democracy.
An Afghan journalist laments the U.S. media’s coverage of his country.
How the Ohio governor talks a good game but comes up woefully short.