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A legislative loss is an inevitability. The Gorsuch hearings were history in the making.

Republican Gov. Doug Ducey is taking on those would weigh down Arizonans with unnecessary regulation.

Hard, hard, hard.

It would be shortsighted, anti-family and illogical.

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The actions of those with impairments do not justify execution.

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Donald Trump ran for office as a man of the people, but his rich-and-famous lifestyle is costing Americans a bundle.

Rural communities of color continue to be overlooked, and that holds real risks for the democratic process.

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Rod Dreher’s “The Benedict Option” is relevant to anyone worried about creating and preserving a healthy U.S. society.

Expect the FBI to be joined by the IRS and Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network in investigating the Trump campaign’s contacts.

Dog populations can have a devastating effect on livestock and wildlife. Mass neutering and vaccination programs can help.

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Everyone in the White House has it.

Need some help sifting through all the rhetoric on the health-care bill? Here's what you need to know.

The show won’t end even if the GOP's measure makes it through the House this morning.

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The president must continue the policy shift on opioid prescriptions that began, belatedly, under his predecessor.

The United States does not sign a joint letter condemning human rights abuses.

Getting rid of EPA’s vehicle-efficiency rules would be bad for consumers and the environment.

WASHINGTON, DC - Speaker of the House Paul Ryan tells a packed room of journalists that there will be no vote today on the American Health Care Act which did not have enough votes for passage on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC Friday March 24, 2017. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post)
WASHINGTON, DC - Speaker of the House Paul Ryan tells a packed room of journalists that there will be no vote today on the American Health Care Act which did not have enough votes for passage on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC Friday March 24, 2017. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post)
What the heck was that all about? Some quick thoughts on why the ACA's still standing.

Democrats can still fight back now. Here's how.

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He even used the same language as the Obama and Bush administrations.

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A brief ode to "The Expanse" and my favorite fictional politician on television right now.

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Democrats can still fight back now. Here's how.
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Yes, affirmative action diversity programs do help universities.

He even used the same language as the Obama and Bush administrations.

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In an interview, President Kersti Kaljulaid says Trump must stand up to Moscow.

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Annual crises distract the region from addressing the system’s core challenges.

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When spring blooms come too early, you are right to worry.

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Science, economics and health are all firmly on our side. Everybody wins.

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Blaming the bicyclist is usually the least effective reaction.

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The president could set an ethical example by expanding his D.C. dining options.

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