Sometimes, it’s all in the framing.
Sometimes, it’s all in the framing.
I hope Ben Carson has a comfortable couch at home.
One of the supposed “adults” in the Trump administration has no class.
Lizbeth Mateo, an attorney and immigrant rights activist, will serve on a California board helping disadvantaged students.
The statute of limitations has expired. But he should never have been asked the question to begin with.
The senior Senator from Massachusetts denies interest in 2020 but won’t promise to serve out a new Senate term.
CJR’s Dan Mitchell has a tiny quibble with a recent viral NYT thumbsucker.
The eighty year old mystery regarding the fate of famed aviator Amelia Earhart may have taken a step toward being solved if the results of a new forensic study are correct.
An unspecified number of White House staffers unable to obtain security clearances are out, with several more likely to follow.
The inevitable response to announcements by the big box stores that they would not sell guns to those under 21 has arrived.
The President suffered a setback in his other job yesterday.
The funk legend advocates a melting pot approach in a wide-ranging interview with Rolling Stone.
As with any such discretionary power given to police, it will surely be abused. But the Parkland shooting was yet another in a long line of situations where obvious “red flags” were ignored until it was too late.
Daniel Triesman offers an explanation as to “Why the poor don’t vote to soak the rich.”
The Obama Administration called and wants its foreign policy back.
The shipping giant FedEx is coming under serious pressure to sever its ties with the NRA. Its president has issued a strong statement as to why they won’t.
I don’t see how the state legislature making tax decisions on the basis of the public position an company takes is legal under the 14th Amendment.
The President’s fecklessness here is incredible. Either take these people out of sensitive posts or take the responsibility for granting them waivers.
Mark Levin says we’re “morons” and “illiterate in English” because we’ve quoted the NYT.
A mass wave of mainland Chinese immigration to Australia has led to discrimination against Taiwanese expats there.
More than a dozen companies have ended relationships with the gun rights organization and protesters are demanding more follow suit.
An emergency room physician explains why “assault rifle” wounds are much harder to treat than shots from a pistol.
I’ve noticed in the last day or two that, suddenly, all of Google’s search services have gotten ridiculously worse.
The U.S. Army is once again embroiled in an internecine fight over hats.
The Russia probe charges Alex Van Der Zwaan made false statements about past communications with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates.
Rather than spamming every comment thread with issues, list any other issues here and we’ll see what we can do.
Pork barrel politics is complicating Germany’s replacement of its 1970s fighter jet.
Nick Statt argues that the iPhone X is just too nice to ruin with a plastic case.
On the one hand, this is cool. On the other, it’s just another sign of how damned old I am. I graduated high school in 1984.
Al Hoffman Jr., a Florida-based real estate developer who was a leading fund-raiser for George W. Bush’s campaigns, said he would seek to marshal support among other Republican political donors for a renewed assault weapons ban.
In my life I have not once, not a single time, encountered the name of Chelsea Handler in any context apart from Fox News articles.
While I don’t always agree with her, I’ve never ceased to be amazed at the sheer vitriol she inspires, given that she’s unfailingly polite, not discernibly partisan, and bends over backwards to acknowledge the merits of competing viewpoints.
President Trump is reportedly considering replacing his chief of staff. Again.