Those pictures are traumatizing.
What do you do when a president is crazy? That’s essentially the question Gen. Mark Milley faced in the twilight days of the Trump administration.
It went on for days, it went on for weeks, it went on for years. But then you look up and somehow, 20 years have gone.
Two decades later, it seems like the past is a foreign country, and not just for the 1 in 4 Americans who weren’t even alive on 9/11.
The radical right has explicitly shown us and told us what they plan to do. I propose we take them at their word — take the threat seriously.
In a major victory for constitutional norms, the Supreme Court overturned a lawless and essentially authoritarian policy of the Trump administ…
Last week, at least two men fell from a U.S. military plane as it climbed into the skies above Afghanistan.
When Biden came into office, we were told that the “adults are back in charge” because he immediately set to work undoing as much of Trump’s l…
They told them they had bad blood.
President Joe Biden has already violated his oath of office. The good news for him: He’s in fine company.
The state that once prosecuted a science teacher for teaching science now persecutes history teachers for teaching history.
Gunther Hashida killed himself late last month.
Donald Trump has had a very bad summer. This has given some people hope that the end of the Trumpian captivity of the Republican Party is with…
But she has already experienced her second shooting.
Scapegoating social media for allowing vaccine conspiracy theories to flourish is a great way to shift blame.
On a recent flight from Texas to North Carolina, a woman came so unglued that she tried to open the plane’s door. The flight crew had to bind …
The filibuster is a vital safeguard, yes. So was the crow’s nest on Titanic.
They represent Americans who disagree with other Americans, specifically the ones who make themselves heard.
At affluent K-12 schools, public or private, teaching about racism, slavery and civil rights has been central to social studies curricula for decades.
I’m perfectly willing to concede that racism is a problem. But I’m sure I disagree with Ibram X. Kendi about the scope, nature or urgency of t…
In her new book, “The Second,” Emory University history professor Carol Anderson takes on an even more sacred cow: guns.