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We don’t know how it would be paid for, but students failed by the K-12 system need a second chance.
Many in the GOP are raising objections. Democrats must now decide where they stand on trade.
Snubbed by the NFL’s Eagles, Trump fumbles his staged patriotic White House rally.
Trump’s pardons skip a review by the Department of Justice, but that’s as it should be, say some.
Wider use of E-Verify would humanely move enforcement from the border to the employment office.
Clinton’s handling of the Lewinsky scandal eroded standards enough to pave the way for Trump’s abuses.
A tit-for-tat firing — Samantha for Roseanne — makes sense only if your world is defined by politics.
Employees said they didn’t want to work with the Pentagon. What’s so objectionable about saving lives?
Some advice on avoiding awkward silences when the restaurant check arrives.
Trump’s lawyers have shifted arguments away from his innocence and now claim he is above the law.
Yes, we elected a black president, but that only fueled the current fever of white insecurity.
Kim Kardashian made her case for a convicted great-grandma. Others are working for a broader fix.
And the rejection of Barr’s excuses by ABC and others may show that things are getting better.
Did Trump’s success with dog-whistle tweets lull Barr into thinking she could get away with it?
The comedian was the focus of scorn 28 years ago for a ‘disgraceful’ rendition of the national anthem.
And for something completely different, Sid finds something nice to say about the president.
The players want more control over their workplace and careers.
You’ll be able to freeze your credit files for free — but identity theft will still be a threat.
With a degraded information marketplace comes a need for transparency about journalists’ sources.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, who headed the Benghazi hearings, is calling out Trump on his attacks of the FBI.