New law-enforcement powers would inevitably be turned against minorities and progressive dissenters.
Excerpts of the former secretary of state’s contributions to the Journal editorial pages.
Supply is ramping up, but many Americans are reluctant to get the shot and need to be persuaded.
My son and I found kindness alive and well—and offline.
Removal from office is best understood as akin to a ‘mandatory minimum’ sentence for a crime.
For decades, universities have taken advantage of graduates with humanities Ph.D.s and dim prospects.
Cuomo blocks funding for a constitutionally required, bipartisan commission to draw fairer lines.
I support him, my restaurant has served him, but his minimum-wage proposal would put me out of business.
He revives the Obama policy of strengthening America’s enemies and harming its friends.
There’s no good reason to root for either team. So try these dubious ones.
Your child may live to be 100, but a firm can last for centuries.
Tools for stopping variants are limited and, like masks and distancing, vaccines are not a panacea.
Biden wants to dole out checks and create new programs, not find a compromise.
Biden officials’ urgency about emissions makes them likely to sacrifice more important goals.
Rioters looting and taking selfies have nothing on Italy’s ‘Years of Lead.’
Like today, policy makers of the 1960s had bigger worries than prices. Then a spike crushed the economy.
Less than 5% of five million people deemed ‘Palestinian refugees’ meet the criteria for this status.
Disposable real per capita income rose 5.5% in 2020, the highest rate since 1984, due largely to transfer payments.
IMF ‘special drawing rights’ with no strings are the wrong way to help developing countries.
It censors testimony from physicians on early treatments for Covid-19 patients.