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After all the media fawning over the nonprofit Teach for America, there are some veterans of the program who are now telling a different story, Opinion columnist Esther Cepeda writes.
Were Donald Trump to succeed, the GOP would be an anti-immigration party of the white working class, Michael Gerson writes.
"What happened to Scott Walker?" That headline from the Washington Post grabbed John W. Eyster's attention. He's betting it will grab yours, too.
A home is the biggest financial asset of most families, so homeowners like to hear that they made wise investments.
Anti-immigrant sentiment will ebb, as it always does, when the economy finds itself on more stable ground.
Most Janesville residents would have no problem going to vote in a church. But what if that house of worship were a mosque?
Foolish interpretation of the rules can make a botched effort look like a gem in the record book.
Once again, the questions arise: When does responsible journalism mutate into sensationalism and voyeurism?
The failure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline is a symbol of a national energy policy headed in the wrong direction.
Despite congressional constraints, President Obama’s energy policies on the whole are balanced and forward-looking.
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