Following the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College, a “smoldering” (as one commentator put it) President Obama gave a revealing speech.
Republicans say they want something similar to the old model, but their tentative plan differs in major ways.
For Steve Knox, driving an electric car isn't a political statement. It's just smart, he writes.
Asians will displace Hispanics as the largest foreign-born group in the U.S. by 2055. I, for one, am thrilled—the pressure will be off.
A case before the state Supreme Court may decide who really controls Wisconsin education—the state superintendent of public education or the governor?
Republicans may not have unearthed anything new about the terrorist attack that killed four Americans—but hey, they’ve “fought” to get Hillary’s poll numbers down.
This U.S. position—that Assad has no role in discussions about a transition of power in Syria—puts us at odds not only with Russia but with the United Nations.
Outsiders with no political experience dominate the Republican field. Hillary Clinton has lost ground to an unelectable ideologue. A revolution seems to stir.
Pope Francis delivered his views—and here is the lesson many of our political and religious leaders would do well to re-learn—with civility and respect.
America needs a middling foreign policy that looks to marginalize Russia’s capacity to mess with us. There is no better place to start this approach than in Syria.