Would Hillary Clinton be in the White House – and the world a better place – if not for the former FBI director? He talks conscience, regret, and why the US public will vote Trump out Are there times,
It sure looks as if President Trump was hoodwinked in Singapore. Trump made a huge concession — the suspension of military exercises with South Korea. That’s on top of the broader concession of the summit
President Trump left the G7 summit in Canada early, declaring it concluded. It was actually still going on, but for him it was over, because he made a hash of it in record time. Even before he got on Force
The crack crisis and the opioid crisis are different in many ways, and one important one: the skin color of those affected. It wasn’t hard to find the gravesite of the woman who was almost my sister-in-law.
A new study shows that since 2008, more white people in the United States oppose welfare programs, in part because of increasing "racial resentment." One of the reasons for this opposition, according the
The president and his allies have declared him above the law, and his power unchecked by other democratic institutions. While you were enjoying the second weekend of summer, the president and his allies
Everything was discussed, no topic deemed taboo: reproductive rights, abortion, orgasms, workplace inequality, financial disparity, relationships, rape, the harassment they faced daily walking down the
Until 1968, Walter Cronkite believed what his government told him about the Vietnam War. He was an old-school journalist, a patriot, a man who came of age covering World War II as a wire-service reporter
Fifty years later, Spencer Haywood drives around Las Vegas and tells the story as if it were 1968 again. He’s in his car, but in his mind, he’s back on a bus riding into Mexico City with some of his U.S.
The day after an assassin’s bullet crashed through Robert Kennedy’s skull, President Lyndon B. Johnson wrote a letter to Congress. “Let us now spell out our grief in constructive action,” the president
1968 was the year the center did not hold. It was the year many Americans saw their country spinning out of control. It was a shocking time, a moment of danger, destruction and division — yet also a time
Mary Turner and her unborn baby were killed by a racist mob in 1918 in an atrocity that was nearly forgotten. Exactly 100 years ago this month, a wave of lynchings swept through the area around Valdosta,
Why society might be more stable if we had more poverty and less inequality. Researcher Keith Payne has found something surprising: When people flying coach are forced to walk past the pampered first-class
May 28 is much more than the official beginning of summer. Monday is Memorial Day, a holiday celebrated throughout the United States with barbecues, music festivals, and children running through sprinklers.
Updated at 7:08 p.m. ET In a case involving the rights of tens of millions of private sector employees, the U.S. Supreme Court, by a 5-4 vote, delivered a major blow to workers, ruling for the first time
A new exhibit reveals America’s isolationist attitudes and policies during the Holocaust—and speaks to where the country still stands today. According to the authoritative Freedom House rankings, we have