Supreme Court Upholds 'Dual Sovereigns' Exception To Double Jeopardy Clause

The Supreme Court has ruled to keep the long-standing "dual sovereigns" exception to the Double Jeopardy Clause in place.

Trump Heights: A Fraudulent Town Named For A Fraudulent President

Benjamin Netanyahu named a town that doesn't exist, and most probably will never exist, after the President of the United States.

Even Most Republicans Disagree With Trump On Transgender Military Ban

A new poll finds increasing support for transgender rights, even among Republicans.

Maine Becomes 8th State To Legalize Physician-Assisted Suicide

Maine has become the eighth state to pass a law allowing terminally ill the choice to bring their lives to a dignified end.

USA Falling Behind on 5G and Doing it Wrong Besides

Not only are we deploying it more slowly than China and others but we're doing it in a way that will live behind rural Americans.

Not Mollified By Concessions, Hong Kong Protests Expand

If Hong Kong's leaders thought protesters would be satisfied with relatively minor concessions, they have significantly miscalculated the situation.

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Four Years After The Worst Escalator Ride In History

Four years ago, Donald Trump began his campaign for President. What has followed has been as bad as could have been predicted that day.

China To Surpass U.S. In Box Office Revenue In 2020

A new report suggests that the Chinese movie-going market will surpass the American market in 2020.

U.S. Cyber War Against Russia Without The President's Knowledge?

A new report in The New York Times raises both national security and Constitutional concerns.

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Army Expert Soldier Badge Approved

An idea that's both long overdue and problematic.

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O.J. Takes The Search For The Real Killers To Social Media

Today's edition of "I Am Not Making This Up,"

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Hong Kong Leaders Suspend Consideration Of Controversial Extradition Bill

In the wake of massive protests, Hong Kong's government begins to back away from support for a controversial extradition bill.

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Let's Take a Breath on Iran

Bret Stephens (and others) are overreacting.

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Pete Buttigieg Lays Out An Encouraging Foreign Policy Platform

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg laid out his foreign policy platform in a speech this week. It's certainly an improvement over the current President.

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Graham is Wrong

This time on Venezuela

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Trump Trails Most Major Democratic Candidates In Head-To-Head Polls

It's still way too early to be predictive, but the latest head-to-head matches between the President and the top contenders for the Democratic nomination.

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Boris Johnson Takes Strong Lead In Fight For Conservative Party Leader

Boris Johnson is one step closer to becoming the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

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Democrats Set Lineup For First Debates

The lineups for the first Democratic debate of the 2020 season are set but some candidates are likely to be unhappy.

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HASC Approves 'Space Corps' within Air Force

The Democratic-controlled House has settled on the worst possible option.

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From Our "I Am Not Making This Up" File

Totally respectful, am I right?

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Elizabeth Warren Continues To Gain On Bernie Sanders

A trio of new polls shows Elizabeth Warren slipping past Bernie Sanders into second place in the race for the 2020 Democratic nomination

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Democrats Announce Qualifiers For First Debate

The participants for the two-night opening debate of the 2020 campaign season have been announced, and the candidates who were excluded aren't happy.

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Texas Bans Red-Light Cameras

Texas has become the latest state to eliminate red-light cameras amid increasing evidence that they are largely counterproductive.

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders On The Way Out

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is leaving office at the end of the month.

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Stopping Climate Change Means Changing Our Lifestyle

How much sacrifice in our consumer culture is it worth to save the planet?

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A Photo for Friday: "Inner Light"

Happy Friday.

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Office of Special Counsel Recommends Kellyanne Conway Be Fired

Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway stands credibly accused of multiple violations of Federal law. The President will do nothing about it.

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How Newspapers Killed Themselves

We all know the Internet broke the monopoly on classified advertising. Here's the rest of the story.

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Wife Of Duncan Hunter Jr. Pleads Guilty, Will Testify Against Him

Congressman Duncan Hunter Jr's defense of campaign law violations against him suffered a big setback yesterday when his wife and co-Defendant entered into a plea agreement with prosecutors.

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Kansas Democrats Dump Caucuses, Implement Ranked-Choice Voting

For 2020, Kansas Democrats are making some interesting changes to how they will have a say in he race for the Democratic nomination.

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Oil Tankers Attacked Near Entrance To Persian Gulf, Escalating Tensions

Expanding on events that have been going on for months, two oil tankers were attacked today near the entrance to the Persian Gulf

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