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After calling his intellectual opponents treasonous, and allegedly exaggerating his credentials, a controversial law professor resigns from the United States Military Academy.
In renaming a peak that honored a Republican hero, President Obama stepped into the center of a fray over political correctness, American culture, and partisanship.
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As the state takes the lead in per capita executions, defense lawyers call it a crisis, but the state says it’s just doing its job.
As the disability-insurance program’s trust fund runs out of cash, there are new signs of internal reform—but more changes are needed.
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The billionaire’s campaign is alienating the fastest-growing demographic in American politics—and the talk-radio right treats damage control as heresy.
As 2016 draws near, most report being satisfied with their own lives, but not with the direction of the country.
The Republican frontrunner has offered Bush the perfect chance to display some passion—but he’s declined to take it.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz has voted in lockstep with the White House for years. But she’s undecided on the nuclear deal.
Our interactive graphic offers a real-time snapshot of the race, using media attention to track the fortunes of the presidential hopefuls.
In the United States and Israel, a heated debate about whether to accept the nuclear deal with Iran continues. In the rest of the world, Iran’s reintegration is already underway.