Republicans act like the new Georgia voting bill isn't racist, just because the bill doesn't explicitly say, "we want fewer people of color to vote." But that's exactly what it is designed to do, and as history shows, they probably know it.
The Democrats' shameless misrepresentation of SB 202 was never a sincere, good-faith argument against the bill's merits.
Randi Weingarten is not herself an anti-Semite. But left uncorrected and unrepudiated, her remarks are a gift to the nation's antisemites. It's her obligation, indeed her urgent responsibility, to seek to undo the grievous harm her remarks are triggering.
UNRWA isn't perpetuating the conflict; it's a crucial stopgap providing stability in an unstable region, stability that is crucial to getting back to the negotiating table with the hopes for lasting peace.
Many of Iran's rulers are as tired of their outcast status as its people are. Deprived of their buffers in Ankara and Doha, they are ready to cut a deal.
On March 30, Secretary of State Antony Blinken unveiled the annual State Department report on human rights abuses.
Nobody below the age of 75 who lives in the United Kingdom can remember a time when Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was not a major public figure.
The advantages of the term POC over BIPOC are numerous, when you start to think about it.
There is nothing quite as English as cricket.
By paying states more to cover able-bodied adults than to reduce their waiting lists, Obamacare effectively discriminated against some of the most vulnerable in our society: individuals with disabilities.
To wait for the next major cyber incident before acting would be deeply unwise.
The Left's dishonest crusade has real victims.
Cancel culture feels unstoppable. Every day, it seems, someone makes a public apology, loses a sponsor or has a career ruined—all for saying something that others disagreed with.
Now that we've seen how single-payer health care can work in one circumstance, can we really maintain that in every other case, access should be left to the free market?
Does Chelsea Handler speak for most Americans when it comes to due process for unpopular defendants?
Anyone who grew up in the 1990s and early 2000s, the period of the Oslo Accords and Second Intifada, got used to the idea that Israel's existence was up for debate.
We can, and must, use all tools necessary in our policy and legal arsenal to rein in the Big Tech oligarchs before it is too late.
The current boycott of Georgia and the successful boycott of Arizona are just two examples of a much larger phenomenon: Conservatives continue to lose the battles of America's cultural wars.
There's nothing progressive about leaving these people to fend for themselves. Nobody has the silver bullet to ending this crime wave, but you can't solve a problem you can't even bring yourself to acknowledge.
No party or ideology has a monopoly on good ideas, which is why one of my guiding principles in Congress is the idea that representation begins with listening.
With violence in eastern Ukraine bubbling to the surface, the clamor in Washington for a more aggressive U.S. response is growing louder.