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Solve the interrelated problems of border security, the dreamers and, yes, all the undocumented.
The Democrats are missing an opportunity to use the president’s buffoonery against him.
As history-making and fun as the past few weeks have been, the reality part is about to hit the rest of America in the face.
A bipartisan push to scale back in the region marks a stunning shift.
What a misery it must be to be Donald Trump.
America has gone from the promise of guaranteed rights to a return to the insecurity of injustice.
That's quite a legacy.
The path to bliss doesn’t run through vows at New Year’s.
It's bad that Michael Cohen tried to fix online surveys. It would be much worse to mistake such surveys for real polls.
But Vanguard’s founder himself began to wonder if there wasn’t a problem, because just three companies now dominate index funds.
And thanks to the shutdown, the government isn’t releasing many of the critical data points economists examine for signs of trouble.
Risch is a soft-spoken Trump ally from Idaho whose foreign policy ideology doesn’t fit any traditional label.
The federal government would have to seize parcels of land to build the wall. The owners would likely not be fairly compensated for it.
Men face substantial societal problems. We shouldn’t ignore them.
Gig economy or universal income: Two factions are debating the best strategy for the next generation of work.
Is Trump obeying his oath of office? The time has come for Congress to fulfill its constitutional duty and seek the answer.
Skeleton staffs are all that stands between the public and breakdowns in fighting financial fraud, dealing with the opioid epidemic, maintaining food safety and keeping air travel safe.
His fiscal 2020 budget proposes deductions to make college affordable. Far better to adopt broadly applicable rules.
For months before it was official policy, officials routinely separated migrant children from parents.
There are many reasons Democrats could spurn Trump’s offer. But “dreamers” and TPS beneficiaries depend on a compromise.
Celebrity and controversy have overshadowed its central message — but we can still find common ground.
A war, a moon mission and wombat pregnancies
She had a scientist's gift for noticing, for observing nature closely enough to charge everyday instants with meaning.
The deeper significance of congressional Republicans' turn against the Iowa lawmaker lies in GOP worries about the damage that King’s fellow nationalist, President Trump, is doing to the party brand.
“Death qualified” juries shield capital punishment from social change
This week, I'm learning more outside of school than I would cooped up inside the building.
Ansel Adams's grandson agrees with Ann Coulter that solving the country's drug problem is more important than "the Yosemite gift shop being open." And it's his shop. But she's wrong about the wall and the shutdown.
The president leverages a savage threat to white women to justify his pet project.
Two monuments reflect Virginia’s struggle for racial equality; only one is honest.
Democracy depends on transparency in its public institutions.
Police, courts, prison and parole must focus on targeting gun offenders.
The change is happening slowly, but we’re still working on it.
Is this the year the state's legislators finally improve school buildings?