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America’s newspaper presses are still rolling and, when linked with the power of the national camera, their impact can still be lethally quick.
There’s a bit of a phony debate breaking out about Donald Trump’s accomplishments.
It’s all interesting — and irrelevant. Informed speculation awaits answers to five questions.
Social media has made it impossible to have any conversation about any topic without devolving into the trite, the shallow and the tweeted.
The leader of Washington’s public school system will be closely monitoring the proceedings.
Some NFL team owners are driven by the ruthless pursuit of profit, and black bodies are their stock in trade.
We should beware of the sinister ability of pathogen evolution to thwart our cleverest weapons.
The #MeToo posts demand a hashtag in response as a show of solidarity and a claiming of responsibility.
This is no way to run a health care system, and no way to run a government.
What Republicans are really doing is preparing to make lethal weapons more accessible.
He has attacked, lied about, demeaned, ignored or otherwise alienated a host of GOP senators.
Congress needs to fill in those missing details, making sure the final plan doesn’t add to the national debt.
If you don’t know Trump despises the deal, you haven’t been listening these past two years.
There actually is a proposal that would make it more difficult for the next Stephen Paddock to kill and injure so many people.
Banning bump stocks is probably a good idea, but we shouldn’t be overly excited by any proposal to abolish them.
CIA control of the program means the strikes will remain covert.
He understands what Tehran and Pyongyang leaders already know.
Consequences of state lawmakers’ inability to bridge their differences are far less theoretical these days.
The political impasse over any form of gun regulation is unsustainable.