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The Castro regime gets exactly what it wants.
Obama’s historic opening is long overdue.
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The evidence just doesn’t add up.
(Gregorio Borgia / AP)
Democrats need her brand of populism.
(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
The senator wants to block Obama’s plans.
The state takes on the First Amendment.
President Obama’s vague project.
He gave Dems a lesson on the middle class.
Elizabeth Warren is more like Jim DeMint.
Both parties avoid hard choices on the budget.
The Chinese take a pragmatic view.
He still has no regrets over what the CIA did.
The blame game after a terrible California fire.
Protests may renew the civil rights movement.
The industry now says we need more CO2.
The president’s announcement that he is normalizing relations with Cuba is not a cause for celebration.
Obama’s historic shift on Cuba is far from ‘lame’
Ted Cruz’s 2016 plan is somehow both smart and really dumb
‘Actively exploring’ Jeb Bush’s 2016 chances
Norman Leahy and Paul Goldman
Tom Toles Cartoon
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President Obama wins, again. Also check out the runners-up.
Outlook & Opinions
Debra Tice and Marc Tice
Families should be more involved in the U.S.’s hostage response process.
How four undocumented immigrant teenagers aced a robotics competition.
To defeat the Islamic State we must defeat Bashar al-Assad.
Tina M. Foster
Senate reports details what he’s faced during 12 years of detention.
Is the company sexist? And what is it doing with all your data?
David B. Rivkin Jr. and Andrew Grossman
Claims could be a way to force changes in Ferguson, New York.
Challenging everything you think you know.
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