A gap between the winning and losing sides’ willingness to accept the outcome of a presidential contest is nothing new.
For Stephen L. Carter's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Whatever goes wrong — and chances are something will — we will likely be having an argument over the vote count.
Democrats and Republicans alike missed the point on Wednesday when members of the Senate Commerce Committee had their last chance before the election to grill the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter, and Google. With the GOP on the hunt for partisan bias and the Democrats ...
With social distancing now part of everyday life, simple actions like shaking hands may be consigned to history.
The fight over naming — whether it's a sports team or a country music band — is really a fight about power.
We have to make choices about what to take, leave and ask others to get for us.
Online learning — a wonderful workaround during a contagion — is an educational experiment in a world where teachers are no longer considered authority figures.
The smartest people in the world are working hard to automate the much-loved meal.
The U.S. presidential election will end in a tie and other educated guesses.
The most wonderful time of the year has developed an irritating verbal tic.