A bigot. Deceptive. Opportunistic.
These were just some of the harsh descriptions doled out by surrogates of Hillary Clinton on Tuesday as they condemned Donald Trump's overt pleas in recent days for the support of blacks...Read more
WASHINGTON -- If there were a moment in this presidential race when Hillary Clinton could act on her stated outrage over the obscene amount of money in politics, it is probably now, having eclipsed her rival Donald Trump ...Read more
If you are undecided about who you should vote for to be our next president -- especially if you are supporting or maybe leaning toward Donald Trump, but want to be sure you haven't been conned or deceived -- this column ...Read more
Republicans and Democrats don't agree on much, but most agree on this: The federal government isn't working the way it should. Instead of fixing problems and boosting the economy, recent presidents have seemed to lurch ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- One of the economy's bright spots is the job market -- and it may be even brighter than it seems. Not only are there more jobs (1.3 million so far in 2016), but they may be better-paying, according to a new ...Read more
Actor-playboy Leonardo DiCaprio walked away from a fender bender in the Hamptons this weekend without a scratch.
But the outspoken liberal should not escape unscathed from his train wreck of high-dollar financial ...Read more
They say -- the pesky "they" who are always saying stuff -- that the country has gone to the dogs. This is a terrible libel on the dogs. They are loyal, affectionate creatures and do not deserve to be smeared with harsh ...Read more
You go, Glamour.
After 60 years, the magazine is finally dumping Jake, the anonymous male advice columnist whose monthly "What Men Think" installment felt hopelessly retrograde in an otherwise pretty progressive women's ...Read more
Hearing ThoughtsAnthony Diffley
Daniel Burke is a young New York City Assistant DA currently prosecuting a man for the murder of his wife. Even though her body was never found, there is enough circumstantial evidence to bring him to trial. Danny has his own doubts about whether or not this man is guilty of the crime but he ...
SAN DIEGO -- Did Donald Trump really just do a total flip-flop on immigration? No, I don't believe he did.
I think the elite media in New York and Washington are once again showing that they don't understand the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- When I wrote the headline "Hillary's heel," I was thinking of Achilles, not Bill, though the former president is usually within nipping range of his wife's pantsuit hem.
Hillary Clinton's Achilles' heel is ...Read more
As Donald Trump expressed "regret" for saying "the wrong thing" sometimes in his campaign, I thought he was going to break into song:
"Regrets, I've had a few/ But then again, too few to mention...."
Yes, that line from ...Read more
MELBOURNE -- Australia has a split personality when it comes to China: Government officials stress the importance of their strategic alliance with the U.S., even if it upsets Beijing. But business leaders argue that ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- If you thought the old Donald Trump campaign was wild and crazy, just wait for the new Trump campaign now that Breitbart's Steve Bannon has taken over as chief executive.
The new leadership -- with Bannon ...Read more
Separate the art from the artist! That's what critics and fans say whenever their favorite creators do something awful. Ezra Pound was a fascist traitor, but that shouldn't stop us from enjoying his economy of language. ...Read more
Because of Donald Trump's unusual public conduct, legions of armchair analysts have wondered aloud about his mental health. A former dean of Harvard Medical School tweeted that Trump "defines" narcissistic personality ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Who's that at the doorbell this sleepy August? It could be supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, eager to pounce well before what used to be the traditional Labor Day start of a general election ...Read more
The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors:
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and three-fourths of their fellow Americans say prescription drugs cost too much. They're right, and the two candidates even ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Tuesday, Aug. 23:
In the face of various dire in-advance-expressed concerns, Rio de Janeiro and Brazil have hosted for the world what virtually all ...Read more
Following the best speech of his campaign, Donald Trump last week visited Louisiana to sympathize with people suffering from a catastrophic flood that killed 13 and left 60,000 homes badly damaged. President Barack Obama ...Read more
Almost 200 years ago, as the United States approached its 50th birthday, a new baby name swept the nation. It wasn't biblical or even Anglophone. It was Bolivar. Hundreds of mothers and fathers, living in Kentucky log ...Read more