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German Chancellor Angela Merkel recently told the truth about immigration. All it did was cause her trouble, Opinion columnist Esther J. Cepeda writes.
It is good to be President Barack Obama these days, Opinion columnist Kathleen Parker writes.
The most surprising revelation in recent presidential polling is not that Donald Trump has low favorability, but rather that Hillary Clinton's numbers are almost as bad, Michael Gerson writes.
Whatever you think of Kevin Kennedy and the GAB, the agency's Job One is overseeing elections.
In the next few decades, the number of people with Alzheimer's disease is projected to triple. It's time to step up our efforts at prevention and treatment.
Summary: A video of a possible lion roaming Milwaukee has made national news. For Rock County, such sightings are old stuff.
Much more must be done to create a coherent regulatory system to ensure that consumers are well served and Main Street businesses can help drive our economy.
Before Dodd-Frank, making the financial industry play fair with consumers was a responsibility scattered across seven agencies, none with much enthusiasm for the task.
What we have here, as famously noted in “Cool Hand Luke,” is “failure to communicate.” That failure, on the part of special-interest groups, is understandable.
Politicians should use the undercover videos involving Planned Parenthood to build momentum and campaign for a ban on late-term abortions.
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