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Jules Witcover: President Trump is not on the ballot, but Americans will still be voting for or against him on Nov. 6. [Read More]
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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has proven to have a thin skin and a tin ear, says Jules Witcover. [Read More]
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The allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have generated a revisiting of the 1991 confirmation hearings on Clarence Thomas, who reached... [Read More]
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Consistent with his endless self-praise for his performance in office, President Donald Trump chose the arrival of Hurricane Florence as the occasion to give himself... [Read More]
In the running fight between President Donald Trump and the so-called mainstream news media, Americans are asked either to take the word of the demonstrated... [Read More]
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After more than 19 months on the political sidelines of the approaching midterm congressional battleground, former President Barack Obama has jumped in with both feet,... [Read More]
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One can only hope that Mr. Trump may someday reach a mellowing stage as George Wallace did, who once also wielded great political power though... [Read More]
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Last week's extraordinary memorial services honoring the late Sen. John McCain in Arizona, the nation's capital and the Naval Academy were attended by three former... [Read More]
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Half a century ago in Chicago, the Democratic National Convention nominated Vice President Hubert Humphrey for president. It occurred amid wild protests in the streets... [Read More]
The death of John McCain at 81 leaves a huge void in the Senate, in the country and most importantly in the ranks of truth-tellers... [Read More]
As Donald Trump labors to turn away the Justice Department's efforts to rein in his criminal behavior, he has now gone from to the bold... [Read More]
The separate convictions of President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and his legal fixer tear the facade of respectability off a White House engulfed in... [Read More]
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When the Watergate scandal drove Richard Nixon from the presidency 44 years ago, the Republican Party survived because its establishment leaders pushed back against his... [Read More]
When the Watergate scandal drove Richard Nixon from the presidency 44 years ago, the Republican Party survived because its establishment leaders pushed back against his... [Read More]
While Sen. John McCain remains in Arizona fighting brain cancer, President Donald Trump continues his strange demeaning of the Vietnam war hero and former POW.... [Read More]
While Sen. John McCain remains in Arizona fighting brain cancer, President Trump continues his strange demeaning of the Vietnam war hero and former POW. [Read More]
Members of the media need not organize collectively to do their jobs, says Jules Witcover, urging independence. [Read More]
WASHINGTON--The Boston Globe editorial board has called on other newspapers' opinion voices to join it in castigating President Trump for his open war on the... [Read More]
Democrats who were looking to Tuesday's mixed bag of special and primary elections for firm confirmation of their much-sought "blue wave" of public Trump rejection... [Read More]
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