New polling shows Missouri Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley with a slight lead over Democratic incumbent Claire McCaskill in what promises to be one of the country’s tightest and most consequential races.
On Monday night, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that Christine Blasey Ford would have the opportunity to testify at a public heari
Announcing Charles Krauthammer's final book.
The anti-immigration nationalists come up short.
A guide for the perplexed.
The vultures are circling in Syria.
Hosted by Charlie Sykes.
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Is Trump's adviser going rogue, or have we seen this show before?
What to expect from Tuesday's summit between Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in.
Catholic scandals past and present
Analyzing the senator's ethics reform package.
To no one’s surprise, Russia is the main suspect in the mysterious attacks on U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba. Since 2016, 26 people at ou
Keep the ‘dead donor rule.’
Senate minority leader Charles Schumer called for a halt to the confirmation proceedings in response, but a spokesman for Judiciary chairman
As the season kicks off, Michael Nelson offers a roundup of new and forthcoming books
Grant Wishard on why four young men risked prison to steal rare books from a Kentucky university library.
Christoph Irmscher reviews Benjamin Balint’s book on the international legal battle over the fate of Kafka’s manuscripts.
The politics of protectionism mean it's here to stay.
Don’t do away with drug rebates.
Mark Judge says he learned he was named in the letter during an interview with the New Yorker.
I signed it. Here's how it went down.
It turns out, headlines matter.
Trump's former campaign manage pleads guilty to two different conspiracy counts before his second trial.
“Time is a flat circle.”
ABC News chief political analyst Matthew Dowd called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas a "sexual predator" in a tweet Monday, saying it
'Either that person's a victim or that person is a liar'
Dolls prepare girls for motherhood and much else besides.
His exemplary reputation should outweigh a charge that is unproven and, as far we know, unprovable.
The cartoonist’s choice: Navigate a minefield of heightened sensitivities or produce pandering dreck for an audience of ideologues.
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Maxine Waters has been in rare form as of late, and not in the "surprising agile and profound" sort of way. In the "off her rocker" sort of
Is there no depth to which leftists will not sink to demonize those with whom they disagree? Unable to lay a hand on Brett Kavanaugh thr
Roger Beckett, head of the Ashbrook Center and a great friend of National Review and conservative principles, died September 14 after a sudd
The head of a media watchdog organization says executives at Netflix are demonstrating the "height of arrogance" by avoiding talks
A London farm has said it is baffled after thieves broke in and managed to smuggle out 11 piglets without leaving a trace.
"Our democratic institutions and traditions are under siege. We need to do everything we can to fight back."
A Russian military jet carrying 14 servicemen vanished from radar over the Mediterranean Sea late Monday as Syria came under attack by Israe
Schiff Calls Trump's Declassification of Russia Probe Documents a 'Clear Abuse of Power' - Lauretta Brown: Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) slammed
Constant "unconsiderate" sex with a partner can be worse than rape by a stranger, feminist writer Germaine Greer has suggested.
A parent recently provided insight into what has become of public schools: "The school district administrators are so nice to you in the
The smear is nothing new in politics.
A lot of liberals are saying the treatment of Brett Kavanaugh—even before this latest stunt—was merely payback for the Republican refusal to
Residents frustrated by "brazen" drug dealing outside their homes have created a series of road signs highlighting crime in an att
The White House and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley continue to stand strong alongside Kavanaugh after allegations of sex
There comes a time when nominations are too costly to defend. In normal circumstances, that might be the case with Trump's Supreme Court nom
The first episode of Alfred Hitchcock's TV series was titled "Revenge." The story opens with Carl and Elsa Spann, a recently married cou
Laura Ingraham interviewed House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes Monday night about the news that the President has declassified key...
Birth certificates are racist, at least according to The Washington Post
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