Asians and Latinos made key differences in battleground states, driven by a common desire for immigration reform.
Results across the country show the fragility of the reform agenda
More schools are getting rid of “old-fashioned” skills like penmanship and multiplication tables, but research shows that students benefit from some classic teaching methods
The headline “Now for the Hard Part” is one of the great clichés in journalism. But there’s a reason it is so familiar: it’s very useful, and in this case it does describe what lies ahead for President Obama. Not that …
In stark contrast to the hope and optimism he stirred in 2008, President Obama won ugly this time
President Obama started his term by passing politically toxic bills, but he won re-election because he was productive
Now is the time to assess future risks to our dependence on nuclear energy
Just because fast-food delivery will be popular doesn’t mean it’s a good thing
The more we learn about the dangers to children, the more it makes sense to wait
Perpetual partisan strife is the rule, not the exception, in American politics. So get ready for the fight to go—and on.
Two new cases could tighten copyright laws to a stifling extreme
Allowing it to continue means hundreds of workers will have to focus on a road race instead of the more immediate needs of a city crippled by Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy has shown us it’s not just old and dying trees that we should worry about