The Ukrainian candidate Volodymyr Zelensky is hardly the first entertainer to get into politics — and he just might win.
By The Editorial Board
The new secretary, David Bernhardt, is under investigation on complaints that, as deputy, he used his office to advance the interests of former lobbying clients.
Paris — and the world — comes together after a devastating fire.
By Serge Schmemann
Some are spectacularly unqualified, others so extreme as to alienate the president’s most conservative enablers.
By Michelle Cottle
The editorial board member’s work tackled head-on the uncomfortable truths about race in America.
President Trump killed a deal that would have allowed Cuban baseball players to enter the United States legally and safely.
Disclosure of tax payments would make it easier to hold politicians accountable. It also would help to reduce fraud and economic inequality.
By Binyamin Appelbaum
A procedure called mitochondrial replacement therapy could eliminate devastating diseases. It would not enable parents to ‘design’ their children.
A proposal in New York could extend the right to thousands and make the roads safer.
The attorney general said he is concerned about potentially unlawful surveillance of the Trump campaign. In 1992, he oversaw a program that may have done exactly that to other Americans.