A postscript to the 2016 Republican National Convention: just how is the wide of a gulf between a Fourth Estate that nitpicked and nunchucked the Republicans’ every move in Cleveland and a viewing audience drawn to this convention’s more forthright rhetoric?
Thiel, who supports gay marriage, plans to say that although he does not agree with all the policies in the official GOP platform, he believes fighting over cultural issues such as "bathroom bills" is a distraction from more important matters.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump trashed seven decades of U.S. policy toward Europe in one interview that left foreign policy experts and some in his party saying his approach could embolden Russia and make the world more dangerous.
Caitlyn Jenner’s speech this week to an unaffiliated event of conservative LGBT activists near the GOP convention in Cleveland “reminds us of the messy, convoluted history progressives have” with the movement, says Carrie Sheffield at Salon.
Hoover Institution fellow Kori Schake attempts to make sense of the recent eruptions of chaos and disorder that seem to becoming the global norm. Do Brexit, Turkey, and the tenor of the US presidential election signal a worldwide and worrisome shift?