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The chances of Congress addressing mass shootings in America: zero.
The debate has rightly focused on the implications for the middle class, the rich and the deficit.
I am a lawful gun owner and I am as sickened as you, maybe more.
Heroin nearly killed me. For two minutes in 1987, I was pronounced clinically dead from an overdose.
The House of Representatives will soon pass a bill that would make mass shootings easier.
By Fawn Sharp President, Quinault Indian Nation
Republicans will have to contend with four political problems, some of which are substantive problems.
The focus is on campaign finance reforms, expanded voting rights and stronger ethics rules.
Trump surely didn’t care about the operational particulars when he proposed a wall along the border.
Donald Trump’s ongoing fight with professional athletes has one purpose: to inflame racial tensions.
These athletes choose to vent their frustrations through derision of the nation and its symbols.
It is hard to escape the feeling that this wild charge will end badly for the Republicans.
It’s hard to say whether the tax bill has moved forward or backward.
What happened to holding the president to the highest possible standard of ethical scrutiny?
I agree: We need more jobs that pay a decent, livable wage. But that is where our agreements end.
The assumption of financial risk and the work it entails is now a constant feature of our society.
The process of not normalizing Trump has instead normalized a lot of other things — bad ones.
The internet has been great at connecting us with products, but not at connecting us as a polity.
Our country has changed, hardened into camps of mistrust, recrimination and blame.
From Katrina to Sandy to Harvey, our worst storms also have taught us a lot.