CNN Sues White House Over Revocation Of Correspondent's Press Pass

CNN fires back in the Administration's ongoing war with the news media.

Trump Appears Ready To Fire DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen

The next head to roll in the Trump Administration appears to be frequent Trump target DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

Starbucks Founder Howard Schultz Considering Presidential Run

Starbucks Founder Howard Schultz is apparently considering running for President.

Meet John Delaney, The Unknown Candidate

Who's John Delaney? Well, he's a Congressman from Maryland who's apparently running for President.

Mexican Supreme Court Paves The Way For Marijuana Legalization

Last week, the Mexican Supreme Court pushed that country further down the road toward legalization of marijuana for all purposes.

Amazon's HQ2 Will Reportedly Be Split Between Northern Virginia And New York City

Amazon has reportedly decided to split its second headquarters between an already urbanized area of Northern Virginia and the outer boroughs of New York City.

Kyrsten Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Race

Democrats have flipped the Senate seat currently held by Republican Jeff Flake.

Another Federal Court Rules Against Trump On DACA

Late last week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals became the fifth Federal Court to rule against the Trump Administration's efforts to repeal DACA.

Veterans Day isn't Memorial Day

Nor is it Armed Forces Day.

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The North Korean Deception

As expected, the North's nuclear development continues.

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Army Officially Bringing Back 'Pinks and Greens'

A slight variant of the uniform from World War II and Korea is coming to a soldier near you.

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Democratic Gains In State Legislatures Could Impact Redistricting

Democratic pickups in several state legislatures could impact redistricting after the 2020 Census.

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Kyrsten Sinema Expands Lead As Arizona Vote Count Nears An End

Arizona Democrat Kyrsten Sinema appears to be headed toward victory.

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Dana Rohrabacher, Putin's Favorite Congressman, Loses Re-Election Bid

Over the weekend, it was confirmed that the man once referred to as Vladimir Putin's favorite Congressman was defeated in last week's midterms.

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Trump, Nationalism, And The Lessons Of World War One

One hundred years after the end of World War One, the forces that led to it are waking up from a long slumber.

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No, Stacey Abrams Should not be Made Speaker of the House

Today in bad columns.

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Are we Finally Starting to Talk about Electoral Reform?

The NYT is trying to start a conversation.

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On The 11th Hour, Of The 11th Day, Of The 11th Month

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Bregrets, They've Had A Few

British voters appear to be regretting their decision to leave the European Union, but it may be too late to stop the process.

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Trump Skips Visit To American Military Cemetery

Claiming it was because of the weather President Trump chose to skip a visit to a cemetery at the site of one of the bloodiest battles involving Americans in World War One.

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Florida Senate And Governors Races Head To A Recount

Florida has begun the recount process in both the Senate and Governor's races. Where it goes from here is anyone's guess.

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Beto 2020? Maybe, But Not For President

Beto O'Rourke should consider running again in 2020, but not for President.

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Michelle Obama Hasn't Forgiven Trump For Spreading Racist Birther Lies

Michelle Obama can't forgive Donald Trump for his role in spreading the racist birther conspiracy. I can't say I blame her.

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Georgia Governor's Race Remains Up In The Air

The issues are different than in Florida or Arizona, but the Georgia Governor's race remains unresolved as Stacey Abrams hopes to find enough votes to force the race into a runoff.

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Kirsten Gillibrand Shifts Her Stand On Running For President

With the election over, New York's junior Senator seems to have changed her mind about running for President.

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Trump Closely Involved In Payoffs To Karen McDougal And Stormy Daniels

New reports indicate that Donald Trump was closely involved in the efforts to buy the silence of a Playboy model and a former adult film star.

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A Photo for Friday: "Shards"

Welcome to Friday.

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The Constitution And Trump's Temporary Attorney General

President Trump's selection to serve as Acting Attorney General does not appear to be Constitutionally authorized to serve in that position.

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Kyrsten Sinema Pulls Ahead In Arizona Senate Race

The Senate race in Arizona has been close since Election Night, but Democratic nominee Kyrsten Sinema has pulled ahead.

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Supreme Court Accepts Case Involving Maryland's War Memorial Cross

There's a new church/state separation case on the Supreme Court's docket.

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Florida! Florida! Florida! It's Deja Vu All Over Again.

Somewhere, Tim Russert is smiling.

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Does the Military Really Need More Strategists?

My latest for War on the Rocks.

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