Some ambitious politicians are setting themselves up to run in the 2024 election — or perhaps earlier.
By Liz Mair
I like to sit alone with a cocktail, but that doesn’t mean I like to be ignored.
By Jennifer Finney Boylan
Same-day registration can turn out millions more young voters. So what’s the holdup in five states controlled by progressives?
By Charlotte Hill and Jacob Grumbach
An interview with the New Jersey senator and 2020 presidential candidate
The two major parties have made choosing among contenders far too hard, with dire consequences.
By Larry M. Bartels
I was certain of my assailant’s identity. Why didn’t an alarm bell go off?
By Debra Tolchinsky
More than a dozen privacy bills have been introduced in this Congress. Here’s what it needs to do.
By Peter M. Lefkowitz
Focusing on individual privacy consent does little to dismantle a system that’s clearly broken.
By Charlie Warzel
Though Marxism lost ideological momentum in the mid-1980s, she remained influential in the region. Her death marks the end of an era.
By Jorge G. Castañeda
Boris Johnson is poised to become prime minister thanks to a small, unrepresentative population of Brexiteer voters bent on destruction.
By William Davies