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I am deeply troubled by the intemperate rhetoric about Iran coming from Washington, D.C.
By Rick Anderson On a dark and stormy night last January, I…
Historical and cultural milestones are flying past us almost as fast as machine-gun bullets, but I hope we can slow down long enough to savor the significance of the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Federal investigators last week detailed a shocking series of failures that contributed to the fatal 2017 crash of an Amtrak train in DuPont.
It’s not surprising to see, on a Facebook post, the line “I shouldn’t have to look at that.” But that line was about more than garbage, makeshift tents, or worn-out clothes. It was about people.
When she was a child, Veronika Fimbres recalls observing Memorial Day with reverence, flags and parades.
The day I began to work on this article for Memorial Day,…
Gerrymandering is one of those topics that makes U.S. Supreme Court justices squirm.
Biden has surged to the top of the Democratic field with a well-designed message and an uncharacteristically disciplined campaign.
It’s hard not to feel that Salvini’s success holds important lessons for the Democratic Party, which needs a better strategy to counter Donald Trump’s manipulation of the immigration issue in the 2020 campaign.
At worst, Justin Amash will be the answer to a trivia question about which House member bucked a president of his own party to call for impeachment.
Peace hangs by a thinner thread than usual in the Middle East, and the Trump administration is granting other factions significant control over what happens next.
The “Christchurch Call” is the start of a long process that will need to balance all sorts of issues — from freedom of speech to privacy.
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Gov. Jay Inslee no longer embraces the standards submitted to the feds in the summer of 2016, if — conjecture here — he and his Department of Ecology ever truly did.
I am a proud member of the Writers Guild of America, but lately I feel about my union like I feel about the Lakers: I like the players, but I’m beginning to have serious doubts about management.
The relevant statutory language, which dates to 1924, provides that the secretary “shall furnish” the House Ways and Means Committee “with any return or return information” that it requests.
How many warnings will it take for our leaders to pay attention? What is the tipping point that will force our leaders to act?
It wasn’t any wonder when the patience in rural America simply ran out last week when news of more Chinese tariffs from Trump broke.
I’ll never understand how it took 229 years for the Senate to adopt a policy that would allow working moms to, well, work.