From George Santos to Joe Biden, résumé padding is unacceptable. But it's all the lies about legislation we can't afford.
Joe Biden just declassified another batch, but the government is still keeping some under wraps.
Even if a warrant wasn’t the DOJ’s only option, its choice to go this route doesn’t signal—let alone prove—anything about the future of the probe.
The real danger to citizens is the use of coercive government power, no matter how it’s named.
McCullough didn't just build on academic historians' work—he filled a gap they left.
The Washington Post columnist says President Joe Biden isn't a progressive but "will go where the [Democratic] party goes, and the party is being driven by other people."
A new book holds valuable lessons for the president-elect.
That’s a rare position for modern White House residents, and not necessarily a popular one with the public.
In an age of parties run by extremists, the next majority is just an election away, explains political scientist Morris P. Fiorina.
Whether Trump or Biden wins, the Stanford political scientist says "unstable majorities" will persist in the coming decade.
Princeton's Omar Wasow talks about the complicated effects of civil rights demonstrations, police brutality, and racial fears on public policy.
Thought during an epidemic from a defender of freedom
Kehinde Wiley's pre-presidential works criticized inequalities and hierarchies of power. His presidential portrait doesn't do the same.
Activists Want a Problematic Mural of George Washington Destroyed. It Will Cost a High School $600,000.
The artist wanted students to learn about Washington's flaws. How traumatizing.
The former Starbucks CEO is getting dragged by liberals and progressives because he is talking about debt and spending in ways they don't like.
The former president radically flipped the conventional wisdom about dealing with political enemies, legal issues, and impeachment.
A presidential derangement syndrome for all seasons
Friday A/V Club: Columnist, broadcaster, and critic of concentrated power
That man in the White House is vulgar, disrespectful, self-involved, maybe even dangerous. So?
The current occupant of the White House may just be the right guy to deflate excessive expectations for the presidency.
They paper over the fact that America enjoys extraordinary latitude when choosing how to interact with the rest of the world.
The nation's father warned against "hyper-partisanship, excessive debt and foreign wars" in 1796. Why aren't we paying attention, asks John Avlon.
The Indiana guv is a social conservative, surveillance-state booster, drug warrior...and budget hawk. So where does that leave libertarians? Still #NeverTrump.
LBJ and DC (comics) offer very divergent entertainment options.
History shows the flaws in temporary 'fixes' against populist takeovers.
Race for the White House details the vicious lengths politicians will pursue to win.
Fun for the whole family!
This outdated system gives him no reason to care about offending states he can't possibly win.
The lengthy history of applying the one-drop rule to our chief executive