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We can count on President Trump to fill the vacancy with someone friendly to the financial industry.
Democratic control of its Legislature has led to population drain, budget overruns and tax hikes.
His Asian trip made the U.S. a bit player on the world stage. And the play’s not any better at home.
We are witnessing what happens when conservatives become untethered from morality and religion.
Launching a new witch hunt against Clinton is a sure sign that the heat’s been turned up on Trump.
The crown prince, known as MBS, is fighting corruption, but taking big chances to combat it.
From Watergate to Roy Moore, Bernie robocalled random numbers, offering payouts for false claims.
If Dad were to claim his campaign staff were too dense to conspire, he need only point to his son.
Like doing your taxes or getting a colonoscopy, it’s no fun. But you’ve just got to push through.
A not-made-up dossier shows Trump is just as trusting of others’ assurances as he is of Putin’s.
It’s news when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell puts decency above politics.
Don’t expect the Republican representatives or senators to see the light.
To pay for tax cuts, Congress wants to sell drilling rights to ANWR for less than $150 million.
Someday we will learn why Trump becomes as deferential as a puppy dog whenever he’s around Putin.
It’s simple fairness for tax cuts to benefit those paying the most taxes. And it will promote jobs.
I’m all in with Alexa, but after 43 years, the ATM still isn’t quite right.
A literal interpretation of the Bible is one thing; suiting it to your own whims is another.
Virginia’s Ralph Northam won because he left room for those who have voted for Republicans.
The prime minister’s forced detention in Riyadh raises questions about Saudi leadership.
Young adults work two and three jobs to stay afloat, as a tax plan rolls out that rewards the rich.