Policy

Ten Myths Sabotaging Social Security Reform

Distorting history and underestimating the severity of the problem only increases the chance of insolvency.

The Gemini Debacle Is Just the Beginning

With tough questions about AI alignment up in the air, politics is getting in the way.

Remote Work Is Here to Stay, Mostly for the Better

It’s great for working parents, people with disabilities, and anyone who likes more flexibility at work.

Congress Tries to Avoid A(nother) Shutdown

The latest continuing resolution funding deadline is fast approaching.

Alabama Supreme Court Sparks IVF Debate

The ruling protecting frozen embryos under the state’s wrongful death law, explained.

The Year of Perilous Endurance

Handicapping the next 12 months in Ukraine.

What Really Went Wrong In the Antisemitism Hearings

While university presidents lacked principled defiance, GOP officials embraced political theater. A 20th-century university leader shows a better path.

Our Best Stuff Marking the Second Anniversary of the War in Ukraine

Plus: The truth about Moscow grocery stores and Biden’s diminished mental capacity.

In Limbo Fertilization

The GOP’s IVF nightmare.

Biden’s Hezbollah Plan Is a Win-Win—for the Terrorists

Israel faces a harsh reality in an election year for the United States.

Unfrozen Caveman Tucker

Simple folk wisdom can be persuasive, even when pushed by an obvious phony.

The Last Redoubt

Why Trump’s foreign policy hasn’t conquered the GOP—yet.

Nukes in Space May Not Be Imminent, but We Need to Prepare

When international tensions spill over into space, it's not just satellites at risk.

Most of the Money in the ‘Foreign Aid’ Bill Would Stay in the U.S.

More than three-fourths will be invested domestically.

Immigration Reform Looks To Be Dead Indefinitely

Even if Donald Trump beats Joe Biden in November, don’t expect congressional action.

Aluminum Tariff Follies

The sordid reality of modern U.S. trade policy.