Purgatory is optional
The president doesn’t want to eliminate the Senate’s 60-vote threshold, an impediment to major legislation. Left-leaning Democrats disagree, but they’re holding their fire for now.
A contentious ruling in Poland, which spurred thousands of women and their allies to protest, came into legal force on Wednesday.
Bill and Melinda Gates’ annual letter makes a sensible recommendation that has one glaring problem that they don’t address.
“This is the single biggest day for climate action in more than a decade,” said the president of the League of Conservation Voters.
Americans have often ignored the political implications of the country’s enormous arsenal of privately owned, military-style weapons. Did Jan. 6 change that?
Effective leadership through the remainder of the pandemic will require honesty, not cynical press strategies.
The department said people opposed to government authority and the presidential transition could continue to “mobilize to incite or commit violence.”
President Biden’s nominee to lead the Department of Energy would control powerful levers to promote clean-energy technologies, though that’s not the agency’s only job. Still, here are five possible...