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Trump’s targeting of the media could inspire threats and worse from those familiar with his rhetoric.
Air travel delays could spur a rebirth of passenger rail service.
Long-standing grievances set aside while a U.S.-led coalition defeated the caliphate have returned.
Democrats aren’t abandoning the Dreamers; they know they have to work with Republicans in Congress.
You can try the food fast, a clothing fast, or the 21-day financial fast.
The comic actor has been smeared by an anonymous date’s charge that he ignored her “nonverbal cues.”
Trump appears to side with the last person he met with, complicating talks over the shutdown.
Will he sign a DACA deal if Congress passes one? Better ask his immigration hard-liners, first.
In demanding DACA be included in a budget deal, Democrats show an inability to compromise.
And the attacks — by tweet or edict — are launched from the Oval Office (or Mar-A-Lago).
How did we get a drug policy official who is 24 and knows more about chia seeds than opioids?
Reform provisions will not only blow up federal deficits; they can also blow up state deficits.
It is unwise and impossible to take literally or seriously anything President Trump says.
By what criteria should we decide who is worthy to come amongst us? Consider our history, first.
Who shows more love for America: Those who seek to come here or the man who derides them?
Trump and Republicans in Congress prefer the status quo and their ability to use it politically.
The struggle for the U.S. military has been to accept letting other nations fight their own battles.
Trump may be in ‘excellent’ health, but has the White House doctor contracted his hyperbolic style.
Even GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham wonders what happened to Trump on the span of three days.
Do race and culture matter? Or should immigration be about the yearning for liberty in all hearts?