Wife Of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Indicted, And He Could Be Next

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces what could be a scandal that will quickly push him out of office.

Supreme Court Hands States A Big Win On Taxation Of Internet Sales

Overruling precedent dating back 51 years, the Court has ruled that states can require businesses that sell to residents within their state collect and remit appropriate sales taxes.

Michael Bloomberg Set To Make Big Investment In Midterms For Democrats

The former New York City Mayor is prepared to spend $80 million to help Democrats take back Congress this year.

Trump Threatens New Tariffs In Expanding Trade War

President Trump once said that "trade wars are good and easy to win." It's only been three months since he started this war and we're already finding out just how wrong he is about that.

Trump to Propose Merger of Education, Labor and Consolidation of Welfare Programs [UPDATED]

The Administration is going to unveil a plan for a major reorganization of government agencies today.

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Civil Asset Forfeiture Case

We may finally get a ruling applying the Excessive Fine Clause to the states and limiting the ability of police to confiscate property.

Trump Caves On Family Separation Policy, Sort Of

President Trump has reversed the family separation policy and replaced it with a family detention policy. This is likely to lead to Court challenges.

Canada Is One Step Closer To Marijuana Legalization

Pending the mere formality of approval by the Governor-General, Canada will soon become the largest nation in the world where recreational use of marijuana is legal.

House Republicans Have No Idea What Direction To Take On Immigration

House Republicans are supposed to vote on one or more immigration bills this week, but can't even agree what their policy should be.

The Moral Depravity Of Trump Supporter Corey Lewandowski

Trump's former Campaign Manager mocked a ten-year-old girl with Down's Syndrome who was taken away from her parents.

New Poll Out Of Arizona Gives Republicans Some Hope

A new poll out of Arizona gives Republicans some hope that they'll be able to dodge the possibility of Joe Arpaio or Kelli Ward winning a primary to fill an already vulnerable seat.

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US Withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

Another unilateral withdrawal from an international institution.

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Trump Wants GOP To Make His Immigration Policies The Center Of The 2018 Campaign

Donald Trump wants Republicans to make his immigration policies the centerpiece of the midterm campaign. What could possibly go wrong?

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John Kelly Has Basically Given Up Trying To Manage Trump

John Kelly is nearing the end of his first year as White House Chief of Staff, and it's becoming apparent that his mission to bring order to a disordered White House has failed.

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SCOTUS Punted On Partisan Gerrymandering, But The Issue Isn't Going Away

The Supreme Court avoided ruling on the merits of two partisan gerrymandering cases, but the issue will be back before them sooner rather than later.

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Majority Of Americans Oppose Trump Administration Family Separation Policy

New polling shows that the Trump Administration's family separation policy is widely unpopular, with only Republicans supporting it. That last fact, though, is why Trump is unlikely to change the policy.

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Trump Announces 'Space Force.' Now What?

Seemingly out of nowhere yesterday, the Commander-in-Chief ordered the Pentagon to create a fifth service.

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Judge Strikes Down Kansas 'Proof of Citizenship' Voting Law

A federal trial court has ruled the practice an unconstitutional infringement on suffrage.

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Trump Supporters Draw False Equivalence Between Immigrant Families And Criminals

Trump supporters seeking to justify the Trump Administration's family separation policy are drawing a false, and baseless, equivalence between immigrant families and people who have been convicted of crimes.

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Supreme Courts Let Partisan Gerrymandering in Wisconsin and Maryland Stand (For Now)

A 9-0 ruling side-stepped the broader issue of to what extent purely political considerations may be applied.

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Trump Using Children As Bargaining Chips In Immigration Battle

Children are not political bargaining chips, but that's exactly what this President plans to turn them into.

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Remember Donald, It's Not A Lie If You Believe It

Steve Bannon says he doesn't believe the President has ever told a lie.

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Democrats Set Early Date For 2020 Convention

Democrats have decided to move up the date of their 2020 Convention.

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Trump and the Baby Boomers

The President continues to enjoy enthusiastic support from the over-65 set.

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On the Law and Migrant Children

Some recommended reading.

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This Moment in Time

The Trump administration's approach to immigrant children is a serious test of our national morality.

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Colombia to the Polls

Colombia is currently choosing its next president.

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A Busy Two Weeks Ahead For The Supreme Court And Supreme Court Watchers

With two more weeks to go, there are plenty of "big" cases still awaiting the release of a decision.

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More Evidence of a Russian Offer of Dirt on HRC

The offer was made to Roger Stone.

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No, Democrats Aren't Responsible For Trump's Family Separation Policy

President Trump and his supporters are blaming the policy of separating parents and children at the border on Democrats. This is, simply put, a lie.

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Trump Dismisses Racial Injustice Concerns Of Kneeling N.F.L. Players

In a new interview, the President says that he doesn't believe that N.F.L. players who kneel during the National Anthem have a real issue.

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The Trump Administration's Family Separation Policy Is Cruel And Inhumane

A Trump Administration policy announced in April has resulted in roughly 2,000 children being taken from their parents at the border.

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Guiliani Says Russia Probe May Get 'Cleaned Up' with Pardons

The President's attorney continues to issue public statements that would seem injurious to his client.

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David Clarke Gets to Keep His Masters Degree

The plagiarism case reported last May was resolved after ten months of aggravation for both sides.

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