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A secret Congressional probe should get answers on what we knew and when on Khashoggi’s death.
The Saudi crown prince has betrayed Trump’s loyalty, but he’s also made things untenable for himself.
MBS has moved against dissenters before; this time concealing a journalist’s fate won’t be as easy.
Warren’s DNA test to show some Indian heritage allows Trump to again divide us by race and ethnicity.
Considering our common ancestry, our heritage ought to matter as much as our astrological signs.
The silent prince thought he found a charming reformer, but at least he has money.
The attacks on the court nominee may have turned races in states Democrats might have picked up.
Trying to shed its debt and $75 million owed in severance, its equity firms want to re-launch it.
Trump’s repetition of falsehoods makes reality-based discussion impossible.
Responding uncivilly to recent news only earns sympathy for the GOP and blurs the intended message.
Should we be concerned that Trump’s economic advisor is saying the same things he said in 2008?
Clemenency cases may be providing insight to the president on the need for sentencing reforms.
Jamal Khashoggi, feared slain at the hands of Saudi leadership, fearlessly followed the truth.
Even Trump, after listening to West’s 10-minute screed, could only manage: “Really very interesting.”
Where should we draw the line between pop stars getting out the vote and telling us how to vote?
The work points the way toward a path out of our global warming impasse.
His closing theme for the midterms is a reprise of “true heritage” dog whistles from 2016’s campaign.
He may stretch the truth, but the president has faithfully kept his campaign pledges and more.
The GRU is known for its panache and daring, but now it’s also known as sloppy — and now compromised.
Trump has looked the other way regarding apparent Saudi involvement in Khashoggi’s disappearance.