Elections

Obama's Uncertain Legacy

A presidency of great symbolic value had both ups and downs. But Obama's greatest achievements now hang in the balance.

By William Galston

Who Is Really Politically Correct?

How did a term with such a long history on the left get co-opted by the right?

By Kevin Mattson

It’s an Outrage

Outrage can be useful, but our media and our attention is drenched in it. That’s a problem.

By Jack Meserve

Post-Mortem

With everyone on the left, from the Hillary supporters to Bernie enthusiasts, offering their own post-mortems, the truth about Clinton's defeat may lie somewhere in between.

By Kevin Mattson

The End of Global Prohibition?

There's not only a presidential election at stake tomorrow: Referendums on pot legalization could be an important step in dismantling the War on Drugs.

By Kasia Malinowska