The nominees never have to address members of the other party. What would happen if they did?
It’s not just about the role of government in our lives, but whether we have an obligation to support those who need help when community fails to provide
A federal court overturned Texas’ strict voter-ID law, but plenty of similar laws that discourage minority voting will still be in place come Election Day
After a convention short on frivolity and long on steely resolve, the Republican Party leaves Tampa with renewed focus on fixing America’s problems
The author and director of a hit documentary rails against Obama’s “anti-colonialism.” Most Americans don’t know what the heck he means
We did big things before. We can do them again.
The GOP nominee has yet to clarify his foreign policy instincts
Conceived in violence, raised in neglect and shame, children born of rape in other countries have become a lost generation
The “forcible rape” canard has been around for a while. The problem is in trying to police the kind of trauma that merits the right to an abortion
Voting is not optional in 23 countries. Here’s why the United States should become the 24th
The numbers say that every vote will count—and the race will be determined by a handful of voters.
The selection of Paul Ryan has intensified the fight between conservative and liberal Catholics, but branding politicians as “un-Christian” can be bad religion
Maybe the GOP’s vice-presidential pick has a plan for the well-off, but what about everyone else?