Real economic recovery requires additional federal intervention.
Its invasion of Syria risks a refugee crisis, a security nightmare and a humanitarian catastrophe. The U.S. must do more to contain the damage.
Despite claiming otherwise, the U.S. hasn’t achieved much in the latest round of talks.
When diplomacy and coercion aren’t effective, economic pressure can be — but only if it’s prudently applied.
Leaders shouldn’t wait for the next disaster before addressing the euro’s flaws.
Viruses spread fast in detention centers — yet officials say vaccination is too difficult.
Work toward a new global agreement is making progress. It’s about time.
A grand bargain might be out of reach for now — but a pause in hostilities is urgently needed.
The U.S. owes the Syrian Democratic Forces some loyalty for their fight against Islamic State.
Laws that undermine public safety should be repealed.
Both parties back common-sense reforms to make prescriptions more affordable to Americans.
From Berlin to New York to San Francisco, capping rents is the worst solution to unaffordable housing.
The U.S. can claim victory at the WTO in this bitter saga. But Trump must show restraint on tariffs.
The U.S. can and should admit 120,000 people a year, not 18,000.
Many health-care questions are difficult and divisive. This one shouldn’t be.
How a “granny unit” in the garage makes homeowners part of the solution.
Sebastian Kurz should resist the temptation to ally with right-wingers after the snap election.
A plan to reallocate those rescued at sea is a first step, but the EU should now reform the system as a whole.
An explosive whistle-blower’s complaint demands investigation, not a partisan circus.
Schools are spending billions on digital tools. Students have little to show for it.