The narrow loser of the Georgia governor’s race has left open the possibility of running for President.
Despite seemingly ideal conditions, Green Mountain Care was an absolute debacle.
Ben Wittes succinctly describes a phenomenon that I’ve been struggling with for three years.
The President has hit a dubious milestone barely two years into his administration.
Ballot measures across the country would deny access to those who refuse to release tax returns.
A law professor asks some interesting questions, but ultimately not the right ones.
A novel argument, untested in court, suggests that it might.
The Deputy Attorney General has some things to say about Congress, the press, and others.
Some vaccines lose effectiveness more quickly–and others last much longer—than previously understood.
Having lost to him, she’s an ineffective voice on the matter of Donald Trump.
A Federal appeals court says the traditional means of parking enforcement violates the 4th Amendment.
Those making under $66,000 aren’t supposed to have to pay. But good luck figuring out how to avoid it.
The President has tied his all-time low in one prominent poll.
It’s an interesting idea, although one fraught with moral hazard.
After fifteen years of trying to support the site with advertising, we’re going in a new direction.
Blasts at Christian churches and tourist hotels appear to be a coordinated terrorist attack.
Bernie Sanders and other advocates focus on insurance companies and drug companies. But that’s not where the money is.
The Vermont socialist likes to invent rights that don’t exist.
Pledges from wealthy men to help rebuild Notre Dame cathedral after a devastating fire is generating backlash.
Thus far, the full(ish) release provides plenty of juicy details but no real revelations.
The Justice Department will release a ‘lightly redacted’ version of the 400-page report at 11 Eastern.
Putting together a fair slate of games is a whole lot harder than it looks.
The Supreme Court is likely to finish striking down restrictions on offensive trademarks.
A very strange campaign trail gambit from India’s prime minister.
The 2020 debate on Twitter does not represent ordinary Americans. Does that matter?
Stephen Miller and others wanted to punish Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats by dumping detained migrants in their districts.
The Wikileaks founder has been detained by London authorities after 7 years hiding in Ecuador’s embassy.
Both major parties have claimed victory but it certainly looks like Likud will hang on.