The San Diego mayor's lawyers have reached a "tentative agreement" with the city, which the City Council will vote on Friday. After that, expect "a public announcement."
The junior senator from Kentucky could provoke opposition among precisely those groups the GOP most needs to woo.
Offering college graduates reduced debt in exchange for moving to distressed cities could address two public-policy problems at once.
The Texas senator is a dual citizen, but only for as long as he wants to be.
The tension at the heart of the party -- between its forward-looking technocrats and its headdesk brigades -- was on ripe display at the RNC's Summer Meeting.
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Many of the things the anti-suffrage movement worried would come to pass if women could vote have, in fact, come to pass.
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What began with the complaints of three women against the former San Diego mayor snowballed into allegations of crude come-ons from more than a dozen.
Sometimes even the most radical demands take a turn for the awww.
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The president offered his take on the decline of the journalism business in an new Kindle Single interview.
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Why the scandal that hobbled the most relevant campaign in this year's New York mayoral race was psychological destiny
The president's speech was more about establishing the grounds for a fight with the GOP than it was about new policies.
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"I love him. I have forgiven him. I believe in him," the mayoral candidate's wife said, as he confronted new allegations he'd warned were coming.