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During his introduction to the 60th anniversary edition of Ray Bradbury's classic, Fahrenheit 451, Neil Gaiman discusses the purpose of speculative fiction. Instead of predicting... [Read More]
In 2002, the Boston Globe uncovered an institutionalized horror within the Catholic Church. [Read More]
European Union representatives will return to Washington Monday to hash out the fine details of Trump's July deal with Europe to buy more U.S. natural... [Read More]
Red-state Democrats are embracing one of Obamacare's most popular provisions to help them win re-election in November. [Read More]
Had he said America's never been perfect, he would've been right. But amid our flaws is plenty of greatness. [Read More]
A congressman who doubts that Russia hacked Democratic emails during the 2016 election has been unable to speak with President Trump despite a full year... [Read More]
A Republican Senate majority after the coming midterm elections guarantees continued progress in pulling the judiciary back from an era of legal wackiness... [Read More]
Sometimes the best books are not on the bestseller's list. Often a great read is one that you stumble upon much later than its original... [Read More]
Tensions are rising among Democrats ahead of next week's summer meeting in Chicago, where they will vote on key reforms to the party's presidential nominating... [Read More]
Since the surprise announcement of his indictment and guilty plea on Oct. 30, 2017, the short-term, volunteer Trump foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos has often... [Read More]
President Trump announced Saturday evening that he allowed White House counsel Don McGahn to "fully cooperate" with special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating Russian... [Read More]
The power struggle between progressive insurgents and the Democratic Party's establishment rages on, but the establishment seems to be holding its ground in 2018, according... [Read More]
A bipartisan quartet of senators is demanding the U.S. Army disclose what it is doing to protect children from lead poisoning after an investigation from... [Read More]
Former Veterans Affairs Administrator Anthony Principi said that he found it "astounding" that three members of President Trump's exclusive resort club Mar-a-Lago influenced hiring at... [Read More]
Former Ohio State University assistant football coach Zach Smith took naked photos in the White House, a new report claims. [Read More]
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that his social media platform doesn't discriminate against conservatives, which President Trump accused social media of doing earlier on Saturday. [Read More]
White House counsel Don McGahn has extensively cooperated with special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian meddling, providing comprehensive detail on how President Trump has... [Read More]
This week's White House Report Card finds President Trump's policies ignored as the media and public focus on his war with former aide Omarosa Manigalt... [Read More]
Former White House congressional liaison Marc Short broke with President Trump by saying that the media isn't the "enemy of the people." [Read More]
New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet said President Trump's war on the press could endanger journalists' safety overseas, according to a new report. [Read More]
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