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In a Labor Day tweet, President Donald Trump took Attorney General Jeff Sessions to task over the indictments of two Republican congressmen — one for... [Read More]
Article: Omarosa Manigault Newman, Public Servant - I can understand why some people were surprised when a reality TV personality got elected president. I can... [Read More]
Article: Murphy's Law: Big Tech Must Serve as Censorship Subcontractors - We don't need 'more government oversight' of social media. What we need is for... [Read More]
Friday the 13th is presumably always someone's unlucky day. Just whose may not be obvious at the time, but I suspect that "Russiagate" special counsel... [Read More]
As US President Donald Trump heads to Helsinki for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump's critics continue to inveigh against what they consider... [Read More]
Which is worse: The specter of nuclear war, or giving US president Donald Trump credit for a significant diplomatic accomplishment? In her official statement on... [Read More]
One week it's ride-sharing. The next week it's home-sharing. The week after that, cryptocurrency. There's no end of economic change to perpetually wring one's hands... [Read More]
Since the "Russiagate" probe began, US president Donald Trump and his supporters have used lots of bandwidth raging against what they refer to as the... [Read More]
On May 8, President Donald Trump announced US withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, colloquially known as "the Iran nuclear deal." While that... [Read More]
On April 9, federal agents raided the office, home and hotel room of Michael Cohen, personal attorney to US president Donald Trump. Cohen has come... [Read More]
During a visit to Ohio to promote his infrastructure plan on March 29, US president Donald Trump dropped one of the bombshells that Americans have... [Read More]
US president Donald Trump signed yet another massive government spending bill – $1.3 trillion – on March 23, after threatening a veto. Why did he... [Read More]
In late February, Venezuela's government began accepting presidential candidate registrations and announced a snap legislative election for April. The country's opposition denounces the process as... [Read More]
"An epidemic terror seized upon the nations," wrote Charles Mackay in his 1841 masterpiece, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds. "It was a... [Read More]
The Atlantic's Ronald Brownstein reports that a new political organization, With Honor, "has launched a major effort to elect to the House more recent military... [Read More]
Two days before Donald Trump's inauguration as president of the United States, a former contestant on his reality TV Show, The Apprentice, sued him for... [Read More]
Ahead of a vote in the United Nations' General Assembly on a resolution condemning US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, president Donald Trump and... [Read More]
On December 1, former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to two counts of lying to the FBI about conversations he had with Sergey... [Read More]
On November 15, US Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) and US Representative Ted Lieu (D-CA) introduced one of the shortest bills in the histories of their... [Read More]
In 1926, a concurrent resolution of the US Congress held it "fitting that the recurring anniversary of [the armistice which brought World War One to... [Read More]