Part two in a series on violence against LGBT Ugandans
Which economic indicators matter most in a presidential election?
How arguments for voter identification laws rely on old ideas about who can participate.
The Chicago Teachers Union is poised to lead in the next school-reform fights.
The Romney campaign's epistemic closure.
Turning points in an unexpected victory for labor
A look at the history behind the Fed's latest move
A British case is wrongly roped in the reproductive rights debate
A candidate who reveals disdain for the two-state solution could be a dangerous gamble.
Part one in a series on violence and discrimination against LGBT people in the East African nation
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has told a lower court to reconsider whether the state voter ID law could disenfranchise voters—in the process, raising the bar for the state.
Supporting Islamist democracies might actually be the best way to win friends in the region.
Ankara may be the capital, but as its diplomatic power grows, Turkey's first city remains the jewel of the Bosporus.
A spoof of the magazine’s infamously sensational cover stories
How does teacher pay compare to other professions, and in big school systems across the country?