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When scandals arrive on the hour, we’re nostalgic for the olden days of simpler outrages. Like, three months ago.
The House speaker tries to stay out of the pit of Trump-by-association, only to fall in deeper.
On Capitol Hill, “I’m troubled” is the new “thoughts and prayers.”
Web Hostess Monica Hesse sifts the Internet so you don't have to, searching for meaning, manners and the next great meme.
Was Comey the bad guy? Or Trump? The grounds are forever shifting under our feet these days.
Low on celebrity glitz, this year’s dinner took on greater earnestness and edge.
First daughter’s calling her father a ‘champion of families’ riles audience at W20 panel.
Why did a book that captures women’s worst nightmares become such a phenomenon?