When a ‘Pro-Life’ Republican Defends His State’s Abortion Rights

Will Washington state Republicans again choose a MAGA diehard as they try to retake a congressional seat?

U.S.-Japan Summit Addresses Chinese Threat in the Indo-Pacific

Biden continues to build coalitions of the willing in Asia.

No True Conviction on Abortion

Has Western media fallen?

Israelis Prepare for a New Front as Operations in Gaza Abate

Iran and its proxies may be eyeing another attack, according to U.S. and Israeli officials.

Trump’s Toxic Touch

Even his relatively moderate positions are ultimately grotesque.

The Moving Goal Posts of the Net Neutrality Debate

The history of network neutrality shows regulating internet traffic has never been a fixed policy.

Assessing Claims About Jobs Numbers During the Trump and Biden Presidencies

The U.S. economy did lose jobs under Trump, but the pandemic was largely to blame.

Holy War

Why some nationalists are treating foreign policy as a Christian litmus test.

Trump’s First Criminal Trial by Jury

Jury selection in the case brought by Alvin Bragg in Manhattan begins Monday.

House Divided Over Surveillance Authority

Republican lawmakers (at least temporarily) tank an effort to reauthorize a key national security tool.