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Republicans see their role as fixing or foiling bad bills. Democrats’ tax bills are their new target.
Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman: Trump’s executive order on college free speech is unconstitutional
What makes the executive order so disturbing is that it doesn’t set clear guidelines for what colleges and universities need to do to comply
The witch-hunt found no witch.
By Chrishelle Palay Tribune News Service As the floodwaters slowly recede, people…
By Jon Healey Los Angeles Times While the frenzy in Washington, D.C.,…
“Medicare for all” and the Green New Deal aren’t the worst ideas being floated by the growing band of Democratic presidential hopefuls.
The smoke being blown by both sides about the now concluded Mueller probe is overwhelming, but there are a few points that cannot be lost.
We’re starting a new Opinion page feature today called Hits & Misses.…
Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are set to release spending plans and revenue packages.
The killer this time reminds us that hate in its most toxic forms is deeply rooted, rampant and transglobal.
Even veterans who support the president told me they can’t understand why he would speak with such contempt about McCain.
To help inform the public debate, the Washington Policy Center is providing important bill analysis for a couple of the Title Only bills recently released
At a CNN town hall in Mississippi on Monday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren called for an end to the Electoral College.
The U.S. National Security Agency has reportedly mothballed a large domestic spying program that the NSA and its allies in Congress fought vigorously to retain just a few years ago.
Christine M. Flowers: Tucker Carlson shouldn’t apologize, even in this age of overhyped, PC contrition
Apologies are like diamonds: When they’re authentic, their value is incalculable.
I’ve taught my share of university students who never wanted for anything materially in this world.
On March 19, the content of the rule and the breadth of Inslee’s executive authority will be considered by the state Supreme Court.
This is not just a moment to grieve the 49 dead in Christchurch. It’s time to review the data and make a conscious policy shift.
We need a new spin-off of “The Sopranos.”
“Medicare for All” may sound good to some Americans — until they take a closer look at how it would actually work.