If the Democratic Party moves to match African American skepticism with respect to the abortion industry, it would go a long way toward showing that its public support of racial justice is not mere political calculation.
As a mom, ER physician and school adviser on COVID-19 protocols, I'm here to tell you: Yes, you can do Halloween.
What's at stake is not partisan politics. It is representative government.
New federalism calls for redistribution and redefinition of state and federal power. These have been dismissed as pure fantasy—except that both are already happening.
The economic progress women have made in recent decades is frighteningly at risk. That's bad for families—and business.
It is alarming to watch Republicans in Congress support an attack on Americans' health care during the worst public health crisis in modern history.
Could 2020 be a repeat of 2016, when a Hillary Clinton presidency was widely expected until Election Day itself?
Mitch McConnell continues his Ebenezer Scrooge act in time for the holidays, the Department of Justice declares war on Google, and why all CEO pay isn't created equal.
The Trump administration's relentless attacks on landscapes and waters could bite into his Republican base.
The Justice Department should vigorously pursue what the House report on monopolization in Big Tech recommended: structural breakups.
As the United States retrenches from the Middle East, the value of a strong and capable Israel has only grown.
They are deliberate, substantive attacks on the rule of law, truth in political discourse, and Americans' rights, freedoms, and values.
Newsweek columnists and guest contributors offer their views on the best strategies for both candidates.
Most Jews appreciate Trump's support for Israel. But domestic concerns—especially the rise in anti-Semitism and racism in America—will be much more pivotal for their decision in November.