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RJ Matson | Portland, Maine
By Lisa Gilbert Tribune News Service When congressional lawmakers question former special…
By W. James Antle III InsideSources.com Congress finally has an opportunity to…
Dave Whamond | Canada
After getting signatures for a measure that didn’t qualify, Restore Washington wants to do its own.
By Rekha Basu Des Moines Register In telling four congresswomen of color…
By Jay Ambrose Tribune News Service Is President Donald Trump without friends?…
People who get a kick out of watching children at play must love the spectacle staged in Washington every time the issue of the federal debt ceiling comes up. But they’re the only ones.
By Kalman R. Hettleman The Baltimore Sun The dog that didn’t bark…
Trump on Thursday gave credence to the claims of critics that his administration had an ulterior — and partisan — motive in pressing for inclusion of the question.
There’s an important bit of contingency planning that Republicans have neglected to do.
The 2020 election is shaping up arguably as the most fascinating presidential selection event in modern history.
County auditors are wrestling with the slowdowns and bugaboos of a sparkling new $9.5 million statewide elections system known as VoteWa.
During his 1992 run for the White House, he kept pointing out that Capitol Hill was the only workplace in America where the employees could park their cars, but the owners couldn’t.
The explanations don’t excuse the horrifying details that have trickled into view despite the Trump administration’s efforts to hide them.
Now that working moms are the norm, more dads are stepping up, and it’s a beautiful thing to watch.
The president’s policies far too often have eschewed legal remedies in exchange for actions driven by dogma and specious reasoning.
Donald Trump is a greater threat than any other U.S. president has been to the children of tomorrow.
President Trump rolled tanks into Washington on Independence Day, surely the first head of state to occupy his own capitol to demonstrate its independence.
It seems an inevitability that every year around the Fourth of July, certain media will publish a series of articles reminding people how unremarkable it is to live in America.