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Trump Is Exposing a Major Flaw in American Democracy

“The Trump years have cast a hard light on many of the ancient flaws in American democracy,” says writer David Frum in a new Atlantic Argument. One of these flaws, Frum argues, is the fact that the 93
The Clinton Impeachment, as Told by the People Who Lived It

The Clinton Impeachment, as Told by the People Who Lived It

In 1998, the Republican-led House of Representatives voted to impeach President Bill Clinton on one charge of perjury and one charge of obstruction of justice. The articles of impeachment had their

Something’s Wrong With Fall in America

With all the problems plaguing America today, it can be difficult to prioritize which to address. But just because a problem may not be headline-worthy doesn’t mean it isn’t a problem. Take
The Media Barely Covered One of the Worst Storms to Hit U.S. Soil

The Media Barely Covered One of the Worst Storms to Hit U.S. Soil

Several hours before Super Typhoon Yutu struck the morning of October 25, Harry Blanco was making final preparations for the storm. He boarded up the windows of his house, secured loose objects
A Sikorsky Veteran on Marine One in the Rain

A Sikorsky Veteran on Marine One in the Rain

I imagine this will be the last installment in the “weather flying with Marine One” series. Two previous entries here and here. (On the other hand, who knows that the incoming email inbox will hold.)A
Trump, Marine One, and the Rain: Pilots and Other Readers Weigh In

Trump, Marine One, and the Rain: Pilots and Other Readers Weigh In

Last night I posted an item about weather conditions this past weekend in Paris, when Donald Trump joined other world leaders there, and on how rain and clouds affected helicopters, including Marine
After the Election, the Renewal Begins

After the Election, the Renewal Begins

Back in the days before all data was stored everywhere, forever, never to disappear even if you try, writers and composers shared the experience of waking up at 3am, in cold-sweat terrors because of
Photos: The Woolsey Fire Leaves Devastation in Malibu, California

Photos: The Woolsey Fire Leaves Devastation in Malibu, California

Eric Thayer / Reuters Even as firefighters continue to battle the devastating Camp Fire in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains north of Sacramento, several other large wildfires are roaring
‘The Other Coachella’ Launches Its Own Festival

‘The Other Coachella’ Launches Its Own Festival

Each spring, the music world hears the name “Coachella” and thinks of a major two-weekend arts and music festival. So attached are the name and the event that the web address Coachella.Com takes you

He Was a Drug Cop. Then His Daughter Overdosed.

Kevin Simmers is a former police sergeant in Hagerstown, Maryland. During his tenure as a narcotics officer, he aggressively pursued drug arrests—especially those related to heroin. “I believed my
The Camp Fire Ravages Paradise, California

The Camp Fire Ravages Paradise, California

Josh Edelson / AFP / Getty Yesterday, tens of thousands of residents fled their homes in Paradise, California, north of Sacramento, escaping a fast-moving wildfire driven by high winds that swept
A Wind-Whipped Wildfire Ravages Paradise, California

A Wind-Whipped Wildfire Ravages Paradise, California

Josh Edelson / AFP / Getty Yesterday, tens of thousands of residents fled their homes in Paradise, California, north of Sacramento, escaping a fast-moving wildfire driven by high winds that swept
Will the Left Go Too Far?

Will the Left Go Too Far?

If you gauge the climate inside the Democratic Party merely by which candidates won its 2018 primaries, you might think reports of its leftward lurch are exaggerated. Despite the hoopla about

Trump Is Trying to Change ‘What it Means to Be American’

The first words of the Fourteenth Amendment, argues legal scholar and Atlantic contributor Garrett Epps, are the key to its meaning: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject

The ‘Gateway Drug to Democracy’

The fastest way to reveal a nation’s priorities is to take a look at its budget. Where money is allocated, improvements and expansions are made; where costs are cut, institutions and policies wither.

America Misunderstands the Declaration of Independence Because of a Typo

Few Americans are aware of the fact that the first printing of the Declaration of Independence contained a copy error. As a result, many subsequent republications of the text display the typo. In a
France’s Jews Look to Pittsburgh ‘Across a Narrow Bridge’

France’s Jews Look to Pittsburgh ‘Across a Narrow Bridge’

PARIS—So many times in the past few years, as France underwent a wave of terrorist attacks that killed hundreds of people from 2012 to 2016, American Jews would send solidarity to France. The tables
The Pittsburgh Gunman Embraced Conspiracy Theories. He’s Not the First.

The Pittsburgh Gunman Embraced Conspiracy Theories. He’s Not the First.

Little makes sense when it comes to the massacre of 11 worshippers in a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday. But after media identified the suspect, Robert D. Bowers, and duly excavated his apparent
When the Mail Is Used to Stoke Panic

When the Mail Is Used to Stoke Panic

Updated at 2:14 p.m. ET on October 24, 2018.First it was George Soros, then in quick succession Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and CNN. This week a number of potential explosive devices made their way
‘Was Gary Hart Set Up?’ Readers Write In

‘Was Gary Hart Set Up?’ Readers Write In

The new issue of the magazine (subscribe!) has an article by me on a tantalizing “what if?” question involving the course of modern history. The article is called “Was Gary Hart Set Up?”, and its