Politics

The Geography of Abortion Access

Mapping the national decline in abortion providers

The Bitter Twilight of John McCain

The Arizona senator's contempt for Chuck Hagel in yesterday's confirmation hearing is all about the guy who nominated him.

Obama's Trump Card: Breaking the Filibuster

The D.C. Court of Appeals decision knocking out recess appointments leaves Democrats with one option: End the filibuster. 

Our Customers Don't Want a Pregnant Waitress

Having a family shouldn’t cost you your job. But it does. 

Homophobia in Sports and Changing Hearts

It doesn't matter if their apologies are sincere; what matters is what other athletes and the fans see.

The Wrong Kind of Immigration Spending

A closer look at the numbers behind current immigration policy

Where the Wingers Won

The 2012 election's progressive victories didn't stem the tide of conservatives flooding state legislatures.

Did Republicans Lose the Election?

The 2012 election awarded us a peculiar form of coalition government. Will it hinder Dems as they pursue their ambitious agenda?

The Worst State for Women?

North Dakota joins the list of states reversing decades of gains in gender equality.

How to Vote Down Voter ID

Minnesotans defeat the GOP’s plan to restrict the franchise.

Making Voting Constitutional

Our governing document creates no right to vote. It’s time it did.

Why "Make Them Learn English" Is the Key to Immigration Reform

Immigrants are going to learn anyway, but Americans' contradictory feelings about immigration need to be addressed.

Bill Kristol Tells Republicans to Keep On Keeping On

He doesn't seem to realize the last four years happened.

Leave Julia Alone!

Why is The National Review obsessed with a relic of the Obama campaign?

In the Schools of Philadelphia

A yawning budget gap has accelerated school closures, but a new community-labor alliance is fighting back.

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