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He and Hillary Clinton find themselves on the same side of Democratic arguments about how change is achieved and how fast it can come.
Sorry, but a sitting vice president has to do rather better than lobbing a few bromides at the Republican nominee.
Attacking the Lebanese terrorist group would send a clear message in a complex situation.
“The Democratic Party is officially a feminist party,” says historian and author Nancy Cohen.
His ludicrous statements -- from Russia to his tax returns -- ought to be treated as fodder for comedy.
Praising Putin, concealing tax returns, disparaging the president -- and those are just the outrages.
Like Ronald Reagan in 1984, he flipped the negatives upside down.
They seem to be fighting their last battle in Venezuela.
The Obama administration’s refusal to stop WikiLeaks comes back to haunt Democrats.
Reforms have begun in Baltimore but much more needs to be done to prevent senseless deaths in police custody.
The Republican presidential nominee has suggested a hostile foreign power hack Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Michelle Obama, Tim Kaine and other Democrats have presented a picture of a nation challenged, but not beaten; it’s up to Ms. Clinton to reinforce this message.
The fortuneteller showed me the fun you can have when you act as the very image that's supposed to hold you back.
Ivanka and Chelsea are both poised to be the most consequential presidential daughter since Anna Roosevelt.
Vile anti-Semitism doesn't belong on stage.
Politicians aren’t puppets, and speechwriters aren’t stenographers.
Obama has delivered many memorable speeches. But which will schoolchildren read decades from now?
Climate control has become a necessity, but it's not a solution.
Too many Americans are still left out at the ballot box because of accessibility issues.
Party confabs, as seen in books and films.
The People’s Republic has cut off official communications with the island.
Our research found whites think anti-white bias is more of a problem than anti-black bias.
It would make a lot of people feel safer.
Being well-educated requires an understanding of challenges facing people different from you.
Marcel Breuer’s brutalist design is too important to raze.
In Cleveland, we will put the nation before the party and the party before Trump.