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If CNN or Fox News is playing on a TV in public, just who is susceptible to its influence?
John Kerry’s new memoir is a reminder of the benefits of sanity, self-knowledge and honesty.
After this bid to delay Kavanaugh’s conformation, Democrats only hope for decency is to vote for him.
Bailouts were unpopular, but necessary. What happens the next time something unpopular must be done?
I read with outrage and incredulity Jeff Sax’s claim he was “moral compelled” to make records public regarding allegations against rival John Lovick made over… Continue reading
The writer, in concealing his or her identity to escape consequences, invites doubt over motive.
Losing control of executive and legislative branches, the GOP locks in its policies in the judicial.
In solidarity with the residents of the Carolinas, we’re wearing our high-water pants.
A panel working to apply the public records law to state lawmakers should put the public first.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund will go dark if not reauthorized by Congress before Sept. 30.
A year after Maria kills 2,975 in Puerto Rico, Congress sets a hearing, canceled because of Flo.
Trump supporters point to his deregulation efforts as victories, but who’s benefiting and who’s not?