For the past decade or so, universities have been eager to put themselves at the center of American political consciousness, ...
The Justice Department may be trying to prevent the release of sensitive information about misconduct in youth gender ...
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Last month, Governor Kathy Hochul startled New York City when she announced, barely three weeks before the June 30 start date of the congestion pricing program, that she was “pausing” it.
Illinois’ progressive government fails minority communities.
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When I was a graduate student in economics and learned about the inflation of the 1970s, I marveled at how poorly ...
A day before Thursday’s presidential debate, the New York Times ran a front-page story in its print edition railing against ...
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Imagine if professional historians commemorated the American Founding the way they honor colleagues who die. On the flip side ...
When President Emmanuel Macron called for a new election in the National Assembly—a first round June 30 and a second and final round July 7—no one thought that anti-Semitism would become a central ...
As President Biden’s weak debate performance continues to erode his standing in the polls and the credibility of his reelection campaign, not to mention his presidency, observers may wonder why the ...