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The first U.S. sanctions have been reimposed on Iran with little sign of either side softening its position.
Technology is already becoming the great educational equalizer.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has officially declared that all popular films suck.
I suspect a large part of it is that Trump keeps people around him who just aren’t very trustworthy people —and because of the way he treats them, they also aren’t very loyal.
Pope Francis has changed several sentences in the Catholic catechism to fully reject capital punishment.
Should the U.S. bail out failing nuclear and wind energy producers?
Should the U.S. government bail out failing nuclear and wind energy producers?
A little agency Donald Trump probably never has heard of is taking him on.
If Republicans do retain control in the midterm elections, I expect the next Congress will look an awful lot like this one.
By Jonathan Bernstein Bloomberg News Republicans will probably take a vote on…
The Grand Old Party endured a good old-fashioned butt-whupping on primary night.
Mere months ago, most practicing lawyers probably couldn’t have defined the “Chevron doctrine.”
This year, according to the Milliman actuarial firm, health care will cost nearly $30,000 for an average American family of four with employer-based insurance.
How cool would it be if our kids knew how to shop for groceries and stay within a budget?
Under the rules of present-day political engagement, I shouldn’t like Rick Wilson.
Teacher salaries are soaring as the Washington Education Association predicted they would.
Here’s the cleanest tale of hypothetical decline I could come up with, keeping away from the more partisan or hysterical scenarios
Many Americans could be forgiven for forgetting that it is Congress, not the presidency, in which the Constitution invests most of the power.