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At this point, Republicans will be lucky if they get their end of the bargain with Donald Trump. [Read More]
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If the press can relinquish its self-regard and battle Trump with Watergate-era gusto, perhaps it might stand for something of value to Americans. [Read More]
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Infatuated by his own greatness, the former 'Commentary' editor's memoir reveals the price of success. [Read More]
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On Wednesday afternoon, an enraged Adam Schiff went on television to lash out at fellow House Intelligence Committee member Devin Nunes, for his handling of... [Read More]
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Two days ago, Nunes grilled FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Mike Rogers during a House hearing ostensibly convened to investigate Russian meddling in... [Read More]
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At the White House press briefing, Peter Alexander of NBC asked the press secretary, "Can you say with certainty right now that there's nobody working... [Read More]
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"Undermining public education is not a choice," Senator Patty Murray said in a speech Wednesday, railing against the education secretary's policies. [Read More]
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The secretary of state sparked a media firestorm last week by allowing only one journalist, from the conservative Independent Journal Review, to join him on... [Read More]
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"Lawmakers in at least 10 states are pushing bills that would expand or create new tax credit scholarship programs, education savings accounts and voucher policies,"... [Read More]
Why her painting of Emmett Till at the Whitney Biennial insults his memory. [Read More]
Trump and his lackeys (particularly hated substitute teacher Sean Spicer) have used the stock market and, to a lesser extent, the consumer confidence index, as... [Read More]
His unorthodox antics helped him win the presidency, but they have only hampered his cruel agenda. That doesn't mean he won't still succeed. [Read More]
They reveal the president's insecurity about his profound illiteracy. [Read More]
Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign manager, "secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago and... [Read More]
His political power lies in court appointments. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch will be the first of many victories to come. [Read More]
'Exit West' conjures instead a world where there are no barriers to movement. [Read More]
One family's journey from Iraq to Ohio—and how life has changed under Trump. [Read More]
When we assess the reputation of a great man, can we still prioritize the work over the life? [Read More]
Grilling the Supreme Court nominee in Tuesday's Senate confirmation hearing, Franken raised the Case of the Frozen Trucker: Gorsuch has once ruled against a truck... [Read More]
On Tuesday, midway through the second day of his confirmation hearings, Gorsuch did what Jason Segal, the smirky guy from The Office, and millions of... [Read More]
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