A study conducted by researchers at several universities, hospitals, and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) found that the Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” was associated with a 28.9% increase in suicide rates among U.S. youth ages 10-17 in...
In the wake of the Mueller report, Democrats should probe—not launch a formal inquiry.
Scott Stossel"Democrats cannot risk the kind of 2020 backlash that would come if a large share of the voting public came to see the House as Javert-like... in a monomaniacal quest to get Trump."[email protected]
It’s more likely than most people think—and compared with his first term, its effects would be far more durable.
Scott StosselImportant to think about these two things now: 1. Trump's re-election is far more likely than you might think. 2. His second term could be far more consequential--"a turning point in history"--than his first.
A man was reportedly asking restaurant patrons for money and yelling at them using explicit language.When police arrived they discovered a shirtless man sitting on a bench outside the establishment. The man was allegedly shoveling spaghetti into...
“We belong in this conversation,” says the South Bend mayor, insisting that he’s not a 2020 long shot anymore.
Scott Stossel"At this rate, Buttigieg’s next interview might be a fun animal-facts quiz for National Geographic Kids." @IsaacDovere
on the case for Mayor Pete's staying power--and why he's earning (tentative) comparisons to Barack Obama.
What the life of Richard Holbrooke tells us about the decay of Pax Americana
Scott Stossel"If you ask me when America’s decline began, I might point to 1998. We were flabby, smug, and self-absorbed.Did any country ever combine so much power with so little responsibility?Slowly, imperceptibly at first, we lost that essential faith in ourselves."
Scott StosselOur new cover story, just posted, is George Packer's Elegy for the American Century.
Scott Stossel"Nationalism... was the drink of political losers. Maybe that’s true of nationalism everywhere."