As a young, Japanese-American child, I was held in an internment camp out of prejudice and war hysteria. America can't make the same mistake again.
A tax on the rapid-fire trades that dominate financial markets would discourage reckless behavior and raise serious funds for public use.
The government has the power to spur innovation and reshape the economy—but it must be willing to flex its muscle.
In terms of what used to be called “foreign policy,” and more recently “national security,” the United States is now a post-legal society.
The annual reauthorization of the Department of Defense contains unprecedented and dangerous language that gives the President virtually unchecked power to take the country to war and keep us there.
Under new credit card regulations, will women find it harder to access credit?
Across the Greater Middle East from Tunisia and Egypt to Bahrain and Yemen, democratic protests are threatening to sweep away subordinate elites crucial to the wielding of American power.
On the Libyan intervention, the question demands to be asked: Are we winning yet? And if not, why persist in an effort for which great pain is repaid with such little gain?
A vivid and personal portrait of a husband and his enduring work.