The most important question to be asked about the next four years is whether Big Tech will not only have a loud voice in Washington, but also ensure that its power continues to grow.
Burdened with loans, unprotected by savings and entering an unsettled jobs market, students and recent graduates are fast becoming the most precarious generation in years.
Progressives should favor the Constitution's super-majority procedures, which generally promote more reason and less passion in government, demand greater consensus throughout society for public policy, and protect minority rights.
There is no need to reimpose Section 5 on states that left their discriminatory pasts behind—there has been no "backsliding."
If Biden needs someone to play the part and please progressives, without getting anything done that could hurt the administration, Inslee is his best bet.
Since vaccines work by building herd immunity, a refusal to vaccinate among large segments of the population would deal a serious blow to any disease control strategy.
Al Qaeda's leader Ayman Zawahiri may have been killed recently, as was his second-in-command a few months prior. But the group has largely sidestepped the dilemma of leadership decapitation.
As it was in the time of FDR and LBJ, power is redistributed only when those without it demand it.
Meng's fate is not something to be bargained away. The mere act of Washington participating in negotiations with her is, by itself, a win for Beijing.
Centering the GOP's hopes on a triumphant return of Trump, and attempting to vindicate his claims of a stolen election, can only harm the party and the country.
The revolving door in Washington keeps revolving and Mitch McConnell seems ready to deal.
Obstructing President-elect Biden on tax policies that most Americans support could be perilous for them.
If you don't like someone's ideas you should argue with them or ignore them; getting someone to censor them should not be an option.
The beauty of an unfolding political realignment in which so much is in flux is that there may well be more Venn diagram overlap than meets the eye.
It's time for Saudi Arabia to take control of its future. That starts by normalizing relations with Israel.