Five Former Priests Arrested In Michigan Child Sex Abuse Investigation

In the latest development in the child sex abuse investigations in the Catholic Church in the United States, five former Priests in Michigan have been arrested on sex abuse charges.

Bart Starr, Winning Quarterback In First Two Super Bowls, Dies At 85

Bart Starr, who led the Green Bay Packers to five N.F.L. Championships in the pre-Super Bowl era and in Super Bowls I and II, has died at the age of 85.

Virginia Woman Ordered Dog Euthanized, Buried With Her After She Died

A Virginia woman left unusual instructions for the Executor of her will, and it's become something of a controversy.

West Point Graduates Record Number Of African-American Women

This year's graduating class at West Point includes a record number of African-American women.

While In Japan, Trump Dismisses Missile Tests That Threaten Japan

President Trump is in Japan, and while there is is dismissing the seriousness of new North Korean missile tests that threaten Japan.

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Federal Judge Blocks Mississippi's 'Heartbeat' Abortion Law

A Federal Judge in Mississippi has blocked Mississippi's law that purports to ban abortions after detection of a fetal heartbeat.

A Duty to Impeach?

Does the House have an obligation to proceed with impeachment?

The True Cost of Trade Wars

The cost of Trump's trade policies are well beyond the cost of soy beans.

SpaceX Begins Deployment Of Satellite-Based Internet

Earlier this week, SpaceX deployed the first 60 satellites in a network that could result in Internet access from virtually anywhere in the world.

Lawsuit Filed Against Alabama's Plainly Unconstitutional Abortion Law

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against Alabama's patently unconstitutional abortion law.

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Naomi Wolf's New Book a Complete Misunderstanding

An author's greatest nightmare unfolded on live radio.

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Bernie Sanders the Millionaire

There are many things to dislike about the Democratic socialist from Vermont. Hypocrisy isn't among them.

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Politicizing Intelligence

Yet another violation of norms by the 45th President.

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Judge Orders Halt To Trump's 'National Emergency' Border Wall Funding

A Federal Judge has put at least a partial hold on President's Trump's effort to use a "national emergency" to fund his border wall.

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Today in Terrible Electoral College Columns

No, abolishing the EC would not turn farmers into serfs.

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Justin Amash Further Bolsters His Call For Impeachment

Michigan Congressman Justin Amash is the lone Republican voice speaking out against the President, and he's making a strong case for his position in favor of impeachment.

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Reagan And Bush In The Days When The GOP Had A Sane Immigration Policy

As Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush remind us, there was a time when Republicans weren't xenophobic nationalists when it comes to immigration policy.

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Theresa May To Step Down As Conservative Party Leader On June 7th

Theresa May has announced she is stepping down as leader of the Conservative Party as of June 7th, starting a process that will have her out of Downing Street withing the next two months or so.

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Julian Assange Indicted On Additional Counts Alleging Violations Of Espionage Act

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been indicted on seventeen counts under the Espionage Act arising out of his role in the Chelsea Manning affair.

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John Walker Lindh Released From Prison

John Walker Lindh, the so-called "American Taliban," has been released from prison but the war in which he was captured goes merrily along.

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Trump So Calm. Hasn't Lost It.

It's time to invoke the 25th Amendment, folks.

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A Photo for Friday: "Federalist"

Happy Friday.

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Tales from the Trade War

So good. So easy to win.

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Investigation Into Northam Racist Yearbook Photo Inconclusive

An independent review of the racist photo on Virginia Governor Ralph Northam's 1984 medical school yearbook was unsurprisingly inconclusive.

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Former Stormy Daniels Lawyer Charged With Fraud, Other Charges

Michael Avenatti, the former attorney for Stormy Daniels who briefly flirted with the idea of running for President, has been charged with multiple counts of fraud and other charges, some of them in connection with his representation of Daniels herself.

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Appearing On Fox Not Hurting Candidates With Democratic Voters

So far at least, appearing on Fox News Channel does not appear to be hurting the candidates who've done it with Democratic voters.

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New York Passes Law That Will Allow Congress To Get Trump's State Tax Returns

New York has passed a law that would allow Congress to obtain copies of the President's New York State tax returns.

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Federal Judge Deals Trump Stonewalling Strategy Another Loss

President Trump's stonewalling strategy suffered another legal setback in New York City yesterday.

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Trump Administration Punts Yet Again On Putting Harriet Tubman On The $20 Bill

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin punted once again on the question of replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, making clear that any change that does occur won't happen until after Donald Trump is out of office.

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Most Americans Do Not Want Roe v. Wade Overturned

A new poll shows that roughly two-thirds of Americans, including a large number of Republicans, do not want to see Roe v. Wade overturned.

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Trump to Democrats: Investigate Me or Govern

The Toddler-in-Chief has issued an ultimatum.

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Trump Not Pleased With Fox News Reaching Out To Democratic Candidates

President Trump isn't pleased that a news network that has generally been his own personal propaganda network is reaching out to Democrats.

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