How dare people who paid for a cut-rate degree claim they paid for the good one?
The term that kicks off today could undermine our entire system of government.
As more details emerge about the documents he stole, defenders are falling away.
Resolving the legal issues will take time we don’t have.
Lindsey Graham faces a potentially interesting challenge in his 2020 re-election bid.
Day two of Congressional impeachment hearings will be marked by the testimony of the former American Ambassador to Ukraine.
Working as the President’s private attorney, Rudy Giuliani has spent months working behind the scenes to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s son.
As we head toward a potential crisis in the Persian Gulf, the consequences of the President’s lies are coming home to roost.
New York has passed a law that would allow Congress to obtain copies of the President’s New York State tax returns.
US higher education is made up of far more than just the Ivies and other elite schools.
Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are the most famous of dozens of rich folks trying to get their kids into elite schools.
The longest-serving member of Congress in American history has passed away at the age of 92.
President Trump has lost another one of his top advisers on the fight against ISIS.
A top Vatican official is alleging that Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI were both aware of previously unknown allegations of sexual abuse and chose to allow them to be covered up rather than bringing them to light.
New York and several other states have filed an incredibly dubious lawsuit against the Republican’s new tax law.
President Trump’s short list of potential Supreme Court nominees consists mostly of conventionally conservative, well-qualified, jurists.
A Federal Judge in New York has ruled that President Trump cannot block users from reading his tweets.
Trump appears to undervaluing existing bureaucracies listening more to hacks and ideologues.
Repeal and replace is likely to take longer than many Republicans thought it would, but that shouldn’t be surprising.
A precursor to modern cable political news with an interesting past has passed away at the age of 89.
An acquittal in one of the six Freddie Gray cases, but not an unexpected one.
What will likely be the apex of the House Select Committee’s investigation of the Benghazi attack begins and ends today with the testimony of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Mandatory quarantines are a massive violation of personal liberty. We ought to be careful in how, when, and why we impose them and who they are directed toward.
The TSA is up to its usual shenanigans.
After success in Scotland, it may be time to consider allowing at least some teenagers to vote.
She won’t admit it publicly, but Hillary Clinton didn’t really write her new book.
Bill Clark, who served as National Security Advisor and Interior Secretary under Ronald Reagan, has died at 81.
President Obama threw down a gauntlet today in the form of a trio of Judicial nominations.
As its convention begins, one has to wonder what has happened to the Republican Party.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels will become president of Purdue University upon completion of his term in January. The faculty is apprehensive because Daniels has not had an academic career.
Rush Limbaugh may be a jerk, but he has a right to be a jerk.