The UK is being drawn into a Brexit half of its nations don’t want, propelled by an outdated version of English nationhood. Progressives must fight back For centuries, English rulers grappled with an question.
Americans have always loved to compare themselves to the ancient Romans. Our political language and ideology are suffused with Latin influences like “capitol,” “forum,” and “senate”; the neoclassical is
In many respects, the way that the president thinks about politics is utterly conventional. “Unprecedented” has become one of the most popular terms to use when discussing President Trump. On any given
By now, it’s pretty obvious that President Trump sees foreign policy as an extension of the business world. In both, his strategy has been hard-nosed brinkmanship, trying to cow businessmen and world like
Not yet—but it has precious few supporters on either the left or the right. On May 5, 1857, eight men sat down to dinner at Boston’s Parker House hotel. They had gathered to plan a magazine, but by the
Research that helped discover the clocks running in every cell in our bodies earned three scientists a Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday. "With exquisite precision, our inner clock adapts our physiology
What better season than autumn to savor two books about culinary icons — a memoir by Alice Waters, founder of Chez Panisse, and a biography of Patience Gray, a locavore long before the word became popular.
This well-informed documentary takes a welcome turn on its grand tour of the life of the popular Italian painter to focus on his remarkable agent, Joseph Smith The latest instalment in the Exhibition Screen