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Who would have thought that an attack on socialism would be so controversial?
The Trump administration’s anti-trade actions, intended to radically shake up world trade, may be having unintended consequences.
The president has imposed an escalating series of trade tariffs on Beijing, which has reciprocated against U.S. exports.
Is Sen. Mitch McConnell deliberately trying to throw the election to the Democrats?
Inslee says Washington’s super-charged economy is not generating enough revenue to cover the demand for services from the state’s growing population.
It’s true that many climatologists are projecting gloom and doom. But they’re not all relying on the same forecast.
Instead, the administration looking to give them an off-ramp, a route to escape responsibility.
On Monday, I lost a great deal of respect for Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
In another era, being called a Democrat by a Republican president would be worth its weight in Sunday talk-show invitations. In Trump’s Washington, the remark is the kiss of death.
O’Rourke’s extraordinary political success is all the more poignant because it comes after a wave of public polls registering that he is on course to lose in November.
Trump chose to attack Democrats by spinning a string of misrepresentations and falsehoods.
By Noah Feldman Bloomberg News The consensus on civility emerging from Democratic…
Facebook knows its audience — or at least it has a lot of information about it. But I think Facebook is still misreading the mood.
In time, this period may be recognized more as the high-water mark of a short-lived turn toward quasi-isolationism.
The world faces catastrophe without drastic action on global warming. Do we have the will to fix it?
Without near-immediate action, the world will fail to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
There is no greater power in our democracy than the voice of “we the people,” and no greater duty or obligation for each citizen than to be an informed voter.
Many of us have health care plans, pensions, savings, Social Security and Medicare. Our kids are likely to have none of that.
By Cynthia M. Allen Fort Worth Star-Telegram One of the first casualties…
By Sen. Richard Blumenthal For The Hartford Courant No president is above…
Voters established the commission in 1987 to stop politicians from deciding their own pay.