This situation can be managed—if the administration and Congress want to step up and do so.
To weed out corruption and bring on bold change, we need new and different people in charge.
It's no secret that the United States is outright rejecting international norms and agreements, but creating and expanding policies that erode our commitment to protecting women and families is a travesty.
Ralph Lauren changed the way Americans dress. And dream.
What started in 2010, with Citizens United, has brought us to where we are today, with Donald Trump in the White House. It doesn't have to be this way.
No, I will not "save it for later."
From 1789 until Trump's inauguration in 2017, federal courts had only considered five cases in which the president claimed executive privilege in response to a congressional subpoena.
"People still don't realise how bad the world's climate and natural environment have become. Misperceptions about climate change and the ecological crisis are all too clear."
NATO defense spending has jumped over $100 billion a year from 2016 to 2019.
On both sides of the Atlantic, democracy is under the threat of elites who think they know better.
This process is about whether a president who abuses his position for personal gain should be removed from office.
The good news? Change is possible.
One of New York's most storied landmarks, the Chelsea was once home to such cultural icons as Arthur Miller, Jackson Pollock, Janis Joplin, Patti Smith and Andy Warhol.
The tradition of releasing a winter holiday cup has been going for 22 years and is loved by consumers across the globe.
Starbucks is releasing four cup designs in 2019, along with some firm food and drinks favorites such as the peppermint mocha.
The two philanthropists are funding a new think tank to reintroduce some restraint and accountability to U.S. statecraft.
Daniel Lee, convicted for murdering our loved ones, is scheduled to be executed on December 9th. Attorney General William Bar said he's resuming federal executions for the victims and their families. He's wrong.
Donald Trump should be more worried about more about rising sea levels than Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
If we don't tell these stories, if we leave them "dead and gone," as the writer recommends, then how will we learn?
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, Marie Yovanovitch and Fiona Hill bravely defended the rule of law, but Republicans' greater concern is holding on to power.
Our generation lives in fear—of being shot or of a loved one being shot. Now, the gun lobby is attacking our right to effect change.
The West is facing security threats unlike any since the end of the Cold War, but a dearth of leadership continues to plague the alliance.
Even if a subsequent president wanted to pardon Trump—in the interest of, say, domestic tranquility—she could not.
I clerked for the federal judge who ultimately found stop-and-frisk unconstitutional, and Bloomberg excoriated the ruling. There's no doubt in my mind his apology is insincere.