The True Sign Hillary Clinton Will Face No Serious Democratic OpponentEveryone already works on her campaign.
The HoleThe psychological effects of solitary confinement, and the evolving fight to eliminate it.
Last Week French Officials Stood Up for Offensive Speech. This Week They’re Arresting People for It.
Why Can’t the RNC Rid Itself of a Racist?Because, some conservatives say, they aren’t trying hard enough.
The Warren CommissionIn a new focus group, voters agreed about one thing: Elizabeth Warren is one of the most intriguing contenders for 2016.
The Charlie Hebdo EffectAnti-Muslim sentiment in Germany was already roiling. The Paris terrorist attack will make it much worse.
Charlie Hebdo Prints 5 Million CopiesBreaks record set by Charles de Gaulle’s death—the subject of its joke of origin.
My First Byline: Interning at the New Republic in 1986Watch Jacob Weisberg and William Saletan talk about the start of their journalism careers.
A Win-Win-Win-Win SituationThe Republicans can’t lose on the Keystone pipeline. But if Obama plays it right, he could also triumph.
Bill de Blasio’s Bad BetHe thought a more diverse NYPD would support a liberal mayor. Here’s why it didn’t.
The Obama JusticesSonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan represent conflicting styles of liberalism—or are they complementary?
ISIS and al-Qaida Are Enemies. How Can They Both Have Been Involved in the Paris Attacks?
Are Terrorists Often Brothers?A shocking number of attacks have been planned or executed by siblings.
Understanding Charlie HebdoYes, its depictions of Islam can be odious. But they belong to a tradition that’s as French as Champagne.
Police Sting, or Entrapment?#MuckReads: A weekly roundup of investigative reporting from ProPublica.
Photos From Friday’s Hostage Situation in Paris Standoff outside a kosher supermarket and a printing plant where the Charlie Hebdo suspects and others took people hostage.