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The last two weeks of ‘great’ days for democracy call for a change by liberals and conservatives.
“Ten Great Ideas About Chance” contains not only ideas but questions that prompted their discovery.
One senator says the nominee for a Justice Department post may give Trump a ‘window’ into the probe.
Trump is not the most religious president, but he may be the president most protective of religion.
Black males are at the bottom of the economic ladder. That’s why I’m a helicopter parent.
We are right to worry about data ‘scraped’ from 50 million Facebook users to aid political campaigns.
Anger over Trump’s presidency is driving many of the 481 — and counting — women running for Congress.
MBS is following through on his promised reforms. Now he needs friends outside of the White House.
The former Montana congressman is known for private flights and arbitrary reassignments and actions.
Fellow Americans who disagree with us are not our enemies. They are Americans who differ with us.
Young adults have a saying that I think applies to a banking bill now in Congress that would roll back consumer protection gains won after… Continue reading
Luxury homes in the U.S. and U.K. are being used to launder Russian oligarchs’ ill-gotten gains.
The Syrian Kurds did the fighting and dying against the Islamic State. The world owes them a debt.
GOP leaders in Congress have shown no will to oppose him. We need leaders in Congress who will.
Trump got a pass on alleged unwanted groping; Daniels’ lawyer is working to make this scandal linger.
Real estate and the stock market are vulnerable to bubbles, while debt requires monthly payments.
We can tighten gun laws, but we’ve got boys who don’t cope well with society and need our help.
Our joint checking account was briefly frozen because the bank was looking for terrorist activity.
Has the president backtracked on earlier statements, or was he just voicing options for debate?
As his confidence grows he pays even less attention to advice and reality and revels in the chaos.