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He devoted his exceptionally long life to the pursuit of global peace.
House Intelligence Committee's ranking Democrat says Devin Nunes's source was no 'whistleblower.'
Energy consumption is guided largely by market forces — not government mandates.
The now-trivialized procedure was originally designed to compel compromise.
Trump voters were drawn to his promises of relief, but that relief is in short supply in the president’s policies and priorities.
Prescription drugs killed 183,000. Those who made and sold them owe America an explanation.
Trump’s son-in-law has been tasked with making the government more efficient. Good luck.
Republican plans to pare back Obama’s dedications fall short of the law.
Is it Big Government they despise, or is it Democracy?
Dodging disclosure requirements is cause for dismissal. Sorry, but that’s the deal.
The House speaker’s gamble that he could use Trump to pass conservative legislation is backfiring, big league.
As exit negotiations finally begin, Theresa May will no longer be able to kick the can down the road.
We cannot give up hope that the most severe impacts of climate change can be averted.
If we will be living with the ACA for the ‘foreseeable future,’ Republicans have an obligation to ensure the law’s stability.
Beijing refuses to compromise with the opposition while violating the territory’s autonomy.
The entire graduating class at the struggling school applied to college this year.
How the New York Observer could predict the fate of the Office of American Innovation.
Two years from today, the United Kingdom will not be in the European Union. The negotiations of its exit are going to be weird.
What would we talk about if we wanted to have a rational tax debate?
No, it’s not dying, and it’s not a good metaphor for chaos.
How Sin City lost its edge.
Yes, affirmative action diversity programs do help universities.
He even used the same language as the Obama and Bush administrations.
In an interview, President Kersti Kaljulaid says Trump must stand up to Moscow.
Annual crises distract the region from addressing the system’s core challenges.
When spring blooms come too early, you are right to worry.
Science, economics and health are all firmly on our side. Everybody wins.
Blaming the bicyclist is usually the least effective reaction.
The president could set an ethical example by expanding his D.C. dining options.