In Meme Wars, so-called "disinformation" experts call for the suppression of more ideas and speakers to protect democracy.
Plus: For Halloween, the editors describe what scares them most about politics and government right now.
The problem with American politics isn't polarization—it's rising illiberalism.
A new study casts doubt on the most prominent theories about extremism-by-algorithm.
A World After Liberalism details the rise of a young right that finds reactionary ideas relevant and appealing.
Efforts against violence are turning into restrictions on ideas.
Adopting "counterinsurgency" tactics for use against wide swaths of Americans can only make the situation worse.
Shopping at Target. Dining outdoors. No activity these days is too mundane for protesters to shout at you for it.
Plus: Cryptocurrency crashes, prison abuse protests in Florida, the death of the center-right, and more...
The Economist corrects a massive error.
The suspected shooter is in custody.
But many of the Alternative for Deutschland's leaders have questionable track records when it comes to anti-Semitism.
White nationalists were vastly outnumbered by counterprotesters at Sunday's Unite the Right II rally, but the whole affair cost the District millions.
But most counterprotesters were calm and nuanced about free speech and fascism at the D.C. rally.
Do its numbers tell a story?
Speaking in Nevada, the Democrat denounces Donald Trump as a racist and a conspiracy theorist.
As Clinton condemns a far-right movement, she'll be giving it a signal boost.
Asylum-seekers performed first aid on man who recently wrote "integration is genocide."
Lawrence Dennis, Norman Thomas, A.J. Muste, and Raymond Moley debate the ideal social system.
Taking a closer look at the data
The weekly gets both the past and the present wrong.
CNN got its hands on a document. It would be nice to know what it says.
Those aren't Boy Scouts.
Oath Keepers in Ferguson Area Condemn Militarized Police; Oath Keepers' Guest Speaker IS Militarized Police
Tensions on the populist right
The vicious cabaret
The dynamics of radical politics.
Glenn Miller's long trail of bigotry and violence is not an argument for censoring speech—or for spying on people who have done nothing more than say ugly things.
Fearmongering with the SPLC
Revisiting the Brown Scare of 2009-10.