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By Jonathan Bernstein Bloomberg View A Republican is in the White House.…
Seen any good movies lately?
Will Oprah run in 2020?
OLYMPIA — 2017 was a stinky year for Tim Eyman. It ended…
I’d like to make the case that humorists may make the best futurists of all.
Special education should get more attention
All national elections are hyped as seminal. The midterms of 2018 are the real deal.
Somehow, the Washington Post keeps receiving the honors for saving the nation’s free press.
Nowhere is the U.S. withdrawal more evident than in the Middle East.
Trump has given fresh meaning to the cliche of being one’s own worst enemy.
After a unique 2017, can the denizens of the D.C. swamp outdo themselves in 2018?
The reason there are different types of cars — and trucks and SUVs and everything in between — is that people have different needs.
In the wake of the deadly train derailment Dec. 18 between Tacoma and Olympia, some perspective is coming into focus.
Big Auto and Big Oil killed the electric car once. They won’t be permitted to do so again.
Everywhere, institutions that liberals rely on are drowning beneath a progressive wave of #metoo.
Our 18th century Constitution causes confusion in the 21st by granting the president great power, but also demanding great accountability.
By John M. Crisp Tribune News Service Merry Christmas! I say the…
As Christians, we are so accustomed to being the sole center of attention, it can feel like an attack when others are invited on stage to soak up a bit of the spotlight, too.
We celebrate Christmas recognizing that there is, indeed, hope for a world in which disharmony all too often seizes the majority of our attention.
Maybe it’s because my day job is as an English professor, but I don’t like when words are shredded, dismembered or mauled.