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There are four reasons why she is the best choice, says the AOL co-founder.
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If he wins, the GOP as we’ve known it will die.

If GOP leaders keep enabling their nominee, he could create a down-ticket catastrophe.

As bad as he is on the issues, Trump is even worse on temperament and style.

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John Warner’s endorsement of the Democratic ticket was a reminder of everything the GOP nominee is not.

Obama’s signature trade agreement may only be in intensive care.

Throughout a full, long life in politics, his goal was to keep his nation safe.

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A rambling, prideful Trump was no match Monday night against a cool-headed Clinton.

The TTP gives the United States an opportunity to export not only goods and services but values as well

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Linking other GOP candidates to him may not be worth Democrats’ time and money.

A sigh of relief that maybe American politics isn’t heading off a cliff after all.

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A D.C. court should affirm Obama’s signature climate policy.

Former Virginia senator John Warner stands his ground, even as others in the GOP act like cowards.

Shimon Peres never abandoned hope that, with enough sweat and tears, Israel would live in peace.

A man looks at a Chicago crime scene where a man was fatally shot in the head in August. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images)
Walking through a high-crime neighborhood without fear of violence is the ultimate white privilege.
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The Republican nominee is a callous businessman.

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Trump wants to get tough with America's trading partners. The market reaction to the first debate reveals a big problem for him, however.

Whether a judge is elected or appointed makes a huge difference when it comes to LGBT cases.

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The law isn't keeping up with technology.
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Walking through a high-crime neighborhood without fear of violence is the ultimate white privilege.

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The law isn't keeping up with technology.

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Is it helping us or hurting us?

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Not looking "presidential" is just the beginning.

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Don’t believe “Game of Thrones”: Medieval Europe wasn’t racially homogenous.

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Juan Manuel Santos on how he made peace with the FARC.

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Our story is more than a timeline from Crispus Attucks to Michelle Obama.

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Finally, a term for that thing where you forget to take off your TV makeup after going on CNN.

  • Eliot Nelson
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Tiny Ashland, Va., worries that high-speed rail will change its character.

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It’s costing taxpayers way too much.

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Tenants have trouble asserting their rights in Maryland.

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No one should seek to win elections by rigging the game.

  • Judith Browne Dianis
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Legislators should be better informed about the laws we make.

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