Long considered a signature achievement of the civil-rights movement, the integration of schools is coming under scrutiny in odd places.
The CDC warned against using e-cigarettes, amid 450 potential cases of a mysterious lung ailment related to vaping, which has
It might make only a marginal dent in the problem, but that’s better than making the problem marginally worse.
Authorities believe the gun used in the drive-by shooting in Midland and Odessa, Texas this past weekend was illegally manufactured
The president’s China tariffs may inflict short-term pain on American consumers, but it’s a small price to pay to combat
Progressives still view The Population Bomb as a policy manual, not a discredited screed about the end of the world.
Governor Greg Abbott issued eight executive orders aimed at preventing mass shootings after two massacres last month left the Lone
A new Pew Research Center survey exemplifies the failures with much of public-opinion polling on abortion policy.
In a defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the British House of Commons on Wednesday passed a bill designed to
The lone gunman who killed seven and injured 22 in a series of drive-by shootings in Texas obtained the firearm
There is not much cause for a panicked crackdown on the legal sale of firearms through firearms dealers. But demagogues
When political realities and national-security imperatives are at odds, political realities often win.
China seems to be following, in broad outlines, a familiar development script: invest in and protect industries that give the
Today on The Editors, Rich, Maddy Kearns, and Teddy Kupfer discuss Biden’s poll results, Trump’s tweets, Brexit, and much more.
Former vice president Joe Biden said Thursday that as president he would shut down immigrant-detention centers at the southern border,