Bill Donohue October 3, 2018 | 3:28 PM EDT

The pope's popularity has taken a major hit in the U.S., and it is directly traceable to the way he has handled clergy sexual abuse. By a margin of two-to-one, Catholics give Pope Francis negative marks on this issue.

Kim Holmes October 3, 2018 | 2:59 PM EDT

The stakes are high—very high.

Daniel Mitchell October 3, 2018 | 2:32 PM EDT

I want low rates and less double taxation so we get more entrepreneurship and investment, which then will lead to higher productivity and more compensation for workers.

Ken Blackwell October 3, 2018 | 9:51 AM EDT

Hardly a day goes by that we don’t read or hear about another breach or attack on our sensitive online information. In today’s digital world, online data is currency, and consumers deserve to be protected no matter where they go online – whether paying bills, posting on social media or communicating with their doctor or a loved one.

Dean Cheng October 3, 2018 | 9:34 AM EDT

The United States on Sept. 24 announced a new set of arms sales to Taiwan. Valued at $330 million, this sale comprises mainly spare parts and equipment to support Taiwan’s air force, including its F-16s and C-130s.

Michelle Malkin October 3, 2018 | 9:10 AM EDT

How did we get here? The Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination circus didn't happen by accident. The emergence of incredible — and by "incredible," I mean the literal Merriam-Webster definition of "too extraordinary and improbable to be believed" — accusers in the 11th hour was no mistake.

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham October 3, 2018 | 4:32 AM EDT

For the Washington Post, free speech from college professors is precious but even the mildest questioners of unproven accusations must be shamed.

David Kreutzer October 2, 2018 | 4:15 PM EDT

No single company gets perhaps as much attention in the news as Amazon. The online retailing giant has surpassed $1 trillion in market value and is now searching for a city to place its second headquarters.

John-Michael Seibler October 2, 2018 | 3:23 PM EDT

During Hurricane Florence, a North Carolina woman, Tammie Hedges, graciously took more than two dozen animals into a warehouse that she is converting into an animal shelter.

Michael Denton October 2, 2018 | 2:40 PM EDT

NASA’s Parker solar probe blasted off from Earth August 12. If all goes as planned, it will go where no probe has gone before—so close to our host star that it enters the sun’s atmosphere. But first up for Parker: a close flyby of Venus Wednesday. It will use the planet’s gravity to slingshot itself closer to the sun.