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Ten years ago, I wrote a column about Howard Schultz that was, well, not very nice.
There is no way to have any real idea at this early date who will be the Democratic nominee, let alone how the electoral votes will likely end up.
The longest government shutdown in our country’s history has ended, at least temporarily.
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By Jason Mercier Trust me, I’m as tired talking about why a…
If America’s enemies wanted to see this country decline, how would they go about it?
“Washington’s Unwritten Chapter” was the title of the State of the State address Tuesday.
There’s little question that the speaker knows how to negotiate — and how to fight.
The American people have a right to know if their president is a Russian agent.
Dems will clearly seek to move on pent-up priorities. For their first act out of the gate, they rolled several into one.
In what could be a crowded field of Democratic contenders for the office of president, Jay Inslee is seeking to set himself apart.
The U.S. Senate voted last week to grant back pay for furloughed federal workers.
Ten years ago, President Barack Obama traveled to Cairo to open a new dialogue with the world’s Muslims. On Thursday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo traveled to Cairo to offer a rebuttal.
The Frank Chopp era will end soon. Everett’s Robinson is among a crowd of women who may seek the job.