The United States did some things well and some things poorly—and important questions remain unanswered.
Joe Biden hands Angela Merkel a nice farewell present by caving on Nord Stream 2. The Berlin-Moscow deal is not just about gas and cash. It affirms a tacit strategic relationship that dents the containment of Russian ambitions.
AP contributing editor Carolyn Stewart sat down with architect, teacher, and culture writer Witold Rybczynski to explore the nature of home, innovation gone awry, and whether beauty has principles.
There’s no groundswell or compromise—but we can work around the economic edges.
For all the problems of Big Tech—real or perceived—the heavy hand of Uncle Sam will only make matters worse.
We need a new political party—and American history shows us that it’s more than possible.
FDR wanted the federal government to help with poor relief. He never meant for Uncle Sam to do it alone.
A true believer until the end.