Goodbye to the former first lady, a true grandmother.

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Kim Jong Un’s nuclear testing announcement is not a breakthrough but instead more skillful maneuvering on his part.

Our judgments about the past should make us a little less arrogant about the way we act today.

The president’s latest assault on immigrants harks back to early writings of a certain German despot. And he’s not alone.

Closing shop for a day isn’t much, but it’s far more than we’ve come to expect.

Corruption is undermining Western institutions.

A trio of women made news for seizing the opportunities the former first lady never had.

This emperor is running short on clothes.

While politics have distracted us, there have been breakthroughs on curbing carbon emissions and improving fracking.

A conservative justice sides with progressives on an immigration case, and against the administrative state.

I should have raced to a black college, but instead I stumbled onto one.

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I’d take any of Trump’s six predecessors over him. They at least showed some respect.

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Republican-appointed judges are blowing the whistle on the White House’s policy.

Re-engaging on trade would send a message to Pyongyang and Beijing in advance of the North Korea talks.

Women in the District die at a far higher rate than in neighboring states and double the national rate.

Circle of hands - Seance or Unity and friendship (iStockphoto)
Circle of hands - Seance or Unity and friendship (iStockphoto)
A prayer that one might change their sexuality or gender identity is egregious encouragement to those who would seek to discriminate against LGBTQ people.

The Fox News host has Trump’s ear because he’s a booster, not because he’s influential.

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It might be time for a national reckoning on where to draw the lines for our leaders on sex, lies and violence.

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People don't believe tax cuts are showing up in their wages because tax cuts aren't showing up in their wages.

Posing as ‘John Barron,’ he claimed he owned most of his father’s real estate empire.

How hubris causes legal trouble.

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Here’s a quick look at some of the opportunities for efficient escapism.

The women who fly are proud of Capt. Tammie Jo Shults but sorry that her sex must be pointed out.

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It’s how Moscow fostered a self-serving climate of appeasement. Western critics of intervention shouldn’t mimic it.

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Neither China nor the United States has procured in any meaningful sense concessions from South Korea or Russia.

The government isn't collecting reliable data on illness or deaths.

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It's not surprising that Facebook wants to move into the digital health market: So does Amazon.com, Google, Apple, Uber and all of the other big tech companies.

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The Hannity plot twist is something few viewers saw coming.

Prefilled tax forms would make April much easier.

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The experiences of black and white Americans with the police are so different, it feels as if we live in different countries.

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The work-requirement debate reveals the triumph, for now, of a uniquely cruel and selfish ideology over the facts.

Federal tax officials might be interested in his expenses.

Deporting thousands of asylum seekers is a terrible idea.

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No matter what was in the former FBI director's book, the White House and its allies were bound to lash out.

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A youth revolt grows up when it reaches beyond its beginnings, uniting protest with politics.

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When generals get a taste of political power, they tend to come back for more.

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Posing as ‘John Barron,’ he claimed he owned most of his father’s real estate empire.

The Fox News host has Trump’s ear because he’s a booster, not because he’s influential.

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This myth has been kicking around for decades. Daniel K. Benjamin, a senior fellow at the Property and Environment Research Center, recently told Big Think, “In most cities across the nation, recyclin...

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Posing as ‘John Barron,’ he claimed he owned most of his father’s real estate empire.

How hubris causes legal trouble.

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Longer sentences have minimal to no effectiveness in reducing recidivism.

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Instead of turning neighbor against neighbor, it should clean up its own house.

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No matter how good Metro is, people are going to drive.

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The General Assembly passed a bill condemning the practice.

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The casino will have more table games, which are taxed at a lower rate.

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