The Birthright Citizenship Debate, Explained

Political debates over interpretations of the 14th Amendment aren’t new.

A Christian Postal Worker’s SCOTUS Case, Explained

The ruling could change the way employers approach religious accommodations.

The FTC’s Latest Amazon Complaint, Explained

The feds say the e-commerce company bilked customers into paying for Amazon Prime.

Will New Hunter Biden Claims Lead to Impeachments?

What new whistleblower allegations could mean for the House GOP and Speaker Kevin McCarthy.

SCOTUS Gives POTUS a Policy Pass

The justices say Texas and Louisiana lack standing to challenge the Biden administration’s immigration policy.

The Military’s Recruiting Crisis

Defense officials are trying to figure out how to reverse projected shortfalls for the Army, Navy, and Air Force.

Revisiting the SCOTUS Game Day Prayer Ruling

The decision’s “coercion test” has guided key lower-court religious freedom cases over the past year.

Coup to Form

An inept putsch attempt mirrors the ineptitude of Russia’s war.

An Economic Rift on the Right

Will conservatives embrace a populist economic agenda?

Extremism In Defense of Moderation Is No Virtue

A new book dares Congress to legislate again.

Congress Gears up for (Another) Spending Fight

Plus: Cracks show in the House GOP’s impeachment plans.

Republican Women’s Complex Views on Abortion

One year after Dobbs, women in the GOP hold wide-ranging opinions.

America Has a Legal Immigration Problem

And it helps fuel illegal immigration.

A Senate Committee Takes a Partisan Turn

Under Bernie Sanders’ chairmanship, political messaging is displacing bipartisan legislating.