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Having offered to square off against the Vermont senator, the Republican front-runner thought better of it and backed out.
The university has demoted Ken Starr, its president, and fired Art Briles, the football coach, over how complaints were handled.
Why aren’t the critics comparing Donald Trump to a fascist acknowledging that the office he seeks is too powerful?
Even in the face of clear precedent, some justices just don’t like it when a convicted petitioner is right on the law.
A new video ad resurfaces old accusations of rape and sexual assault against the former president. Will it work?
White working-class voters defect from the Democrats, as white college-educated voters abandon the Republicans—a reversal a Clinton-Trump race could cement
If Trump’s most voluble critic in the Senate may be coming around, will any Republican politicians hold the line against endorsing their nominee?
Hillary Clinton’s new proposal to expand coverage for middle-aged adults provides a glimpse at how she would make Obamacare her own.
The remaining presidential candidates have each said they’d fix big money in political races. But if the Supreme Court overturned its latest campaign-finance rulings, would anything really change?
Michelle Obama created a health movement over the last eight years. What happens to her initiatives when a new occupant moves into the East Wing?
Over the weekend a Washington Post op-ed titled “We Must Weed Out Ignorant Voters from the Electorate” got…
Here’s an interesting reader comment on my piece on the tensions over LGBT issues in the United Methodist Church. The…
Supporters in New Jersey seemed willing to look past Donald Trump’s flaws at a rally on Thursday night.
The outspoken senator reflects on what being black means in his quest to fix the criminal-justice system.
Seattle’s majority-woman city council blocked construction on a sports stadium. Things got ugly.
Howard Dean was once the revolutionary progressive from Vermont. Now, his own PAC is supporting Bernie Sanders despite Dean’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton. For Dean and Sanders, it’s complicated.
Governor Mary Fallin rejected a bill Friday that would have sent doctors who perform the procedure to prison.
The CDC reported that nearly 300 pregnant women in the U.S. and its territories have the disease.
The gun-rights group endorses the presumptive Republican nominee, despite questions about his record on the Second Amendment.
The Secret Service shot and critically wounded a person. The president was not in the compound at the time.
The candidate: Hillary Clinton The gaffe: Vennghazi! The candidate’s Twitter account, on Friday, shared a diagram that purported to…
The CDC is now reporting that nearly 300 women in the U.S. and its territories have the virus.