The Google Transparency Project, an arm of an organization called the Campaign for Accountability, released a study this month claiming that Google funneled money to hundreds of academic research projects related to ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- "A Better Deal" is not the worst slogan I've ever heard, but it's far from the best. The Democratic Party has overwhelming support from the "creatives" on Madison Avenue and the marketing geniuses in ...Read more
"One knowledgeable official estimates that the CIA-backed fighters may have killed or wounded 100,000 Syrian soldiers and their allies," writes columnist David Ignatius.
Given that Syria's prewar population was not 10 ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Anthony Scaramucci's rollout as Donald Trump's new communications director received mainly good reviews. He is, as any White House job in the current administration requires, a skilled sycophant. His on-air ...Read more
John McCain's mother's name is Roberta. She is 105. When I met her, she was somewhat younger and something of a mythical figure to those who knew her son. He had often told about her trips through Europe and Asia by car ...Read more
Democrats are so lost they don't know how lost they are.
Instead of working feverishly on the substance of a contrast with the imploding Trump administration, they decided it was most important -- a year and a half out ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Jared Kushner is set to tell the Senate Intelligence Committee he was unaware that Donald Trump Jr. took a meeting with a Russian lawyer expecting to be given Kremlin-provided dirt on Hillary Clinton.
In ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A liberal group will offer Donald Trump's White House staffers free legal advice amid his ongoing Russia scandal -- but if the president's legal analysis is correct, they might choose to decline it.
Tax ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- If we learned anything from the bitter debate over the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) -- which seems doubtful -- it is that we cannot discuss health care in a way that is at once compassionate and rational. ...Read more
While other members of the elitist media focus on President Donald J. Trump's numerous crudities, ruderies and knowledge gaperies, I can see him for his true self.
He is a titan of intellect, a man who wants to make ...Read more
President Trump has openly declared war on Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating the Russian saga. The president clearly wishes he could fire Mueller; his associates say he's mused about that for weeks. Now, by...Read more
WASHINGTON -- "What kind of a day was it?" Walter Cronkite used to ask on his early weekly television program, "You Were There," that reprised significant historic events with viewers serving as eye witnesses.
It is safe ...Read more
Lisa Moore, Mia Carter and Jennifer Glass, professors at the University of Texas at Austin, had their day in court recently. They lost.
The professors had petitioned for an exemption from Texas' Senate Bill 11, which ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Three members of Donald Trump's inner circle face congressional investigators this week, and with the president talking about pardons for his family and warning Special Counsel Robert Mueller not to probe to ...Read more
A day after unleashing a barrage of angry tweets venting his frustration at the widening investigation into suspected Russian election interference and possible collusion with members of his campaign team, President Donald...Read more
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said President Donald Trump would trigger "a cataclysm" if he fires Special Counsel Robert Mueller or pardons himself, even as one of the president's lawyers said pardons aren't being...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Sean Spicer wasn't a Trump guy.
During the primaries, when he was chief strategist to the Republican National Committee, Spicer told friends that he was confident Donald Trump wouldn't win the nomination and...Read more
Now the Senate has a zombie Trumpcare bill, too.
Back in March, you may recall, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) called off a showdown vote on its effort to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act, popularly known ...Read more
CHICAGO -- When it comes to diversifying America's teaching corps to better reflect the increasing number of Hispanic students, there's a big question: If Latino public school students rarely see a Hispanic teacher, how ...Read more
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The aircraft arrayed around the spacious lawn of Maxwell Air Force Base, home of the Air University, mostly represent long-retired types. The largest, however, is a glistening B-52 bomber, which ...Read more
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