A lack of preparation kills people. But you wouldn’t know that from the headlines
Someday you’ll be a robot with a locket holding your last human cells
History is longer than the news cycle or a term in office, writes the chess champion
A lot of laws, like mandatory condoms, may have unexpected side effects
The air chills, the humidity departs, the school bell rings, the shofar blows … all signs that the football season has begun to eat my Sundays. Or would be eating them if I hadn’t resolved, unlike most Americans (even most …
It is our exceptionalism—and our separation of powers—that has kept us out of war in Syria.
Behind Putin’s latest move, and our on-again, off-again alliance
Tolerance of Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer is not the same as acceptance
Rigged or not, the riveting proceedings against Communist official Bo Xilai have meant progress
In order to really reform street policing, the NYPD needs to reduce the volume of stops and the indignity of the process
Choire Sicha’s new book chronicles the panicked, fax-filled, poverty-waged life that keeps writers coming back for more
Francis’ encouraging words show how far the Roman Catholic Church still has to go
Across the board, Americans oppose late-term abortions.