His record of public service doesn’t qualify him to be our top diplomat.

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The Trump administration wants to get rid of nationwide injunctions. That’s wrong.

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Emmanuel Macron has, so far, little to show for playing the beta.

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Repeatedly showing murderers’ faces and names in the media only inspires new ones.

Videos out of a Syracuse University fraternity chapter should appall anyone with decency — if people still recall what that is.

Without access to critical medication, detoxified patients are extremely likley to relapse.

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Management gurus haven’t worked out for the agency.

Even if he doesn't realize it, the nominee to lead Veterans Affairs has been shown the door.

The rise of neo-Nazism means we need to renew our commitment to education.

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Robert S. Mueller III’s filings and other documents suggest a pattern of collusion, money laundering and coverup.

The old ideas to help the struggling working class have failed.

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A disorganized, low-energy nomination process is the main reason more than 300 key executive-branch positions remain unfulfilled.

Order and a growing economy are this regime’s justifications for denying liberty.

The D.C. Council member apologized for his suggestion that Jews control the weather, but recent developments don’t reflect well upon him.

The Supreme Court will hear arguments on President Trump's travel ban this week. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on President Trump's travel ban this week. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
The Supreme Court will hear arguments about the ban on Wednesday.
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His drive to be regarded as an outside-the-box thinker led him to be taken in by the absurd argument that black voters are slaves on the Democratic Party plantation.

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Rex Tillerson and H.R. McMaster were even worse than I thought.

How 'wellness centers' got their name

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Christopher Preble is that rarest of creatures inside the Beltway: a serious thinker who genuinely challenges conventional wisdom in foreign policy without scorn or ridicule. Read his book, “The Power Problem,” for confirmation of this claim. This weekend, Preble had a provocative essay in the New York Times Sunday Review. He argued that American foreign policy […]

If it is allowed to stand, the tax cut will erode the policy insulation that stands between us and divisive demagogues.

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.

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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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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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