The safety gap between affluent, white and poor, minority communities has grown over the last three decades.
Once again, President Trump can’t help but make something meant to recognize real American heroes all about himself.
A Senate race in Mississippi could end up being the deciding factor in the battle for control of the Senate.
Not surprisingly, John Bolton has some links to particularly shady people on the right.
“Why the hell would we do that?” — White House official.
Clinton stumbles and leaves an event early, leading to the news that her campaign has been withholding health information from the press.
Two men were killed last night before they could carry out what appears to be a planned attack on an anti-Islam event in Texas.
Closing down international air travel won’t stop Ebola from becoming a bigger public health threat.
A big loss for the Tea Party, and a big win for Mitch McConnell,
Mayor Bloomberg has decided to hold the New York Marathon Sunday even though millions are still without power and the city infrastructure is unable to cope with normal activity.
Mitt Romney has effectively rebooted his campaign by picking Paul Ryan, but he’s also handed the President a powerful weapon.
Once again, people are demanding to see Barack Obama’s college transcripts for no good reason.
The Obama campaign’s cheap politicizing of the SEAL raid that took out bin Laden is unseemly. And unnecessary.
While I’ve expressed my dissatisfaction with the degree that CPAC has embraced the worst elements of the conservative movement in recent years, it does appear that there is a line.
President Obama’s Pentagon is planning for an unlikely war with China rather than the small wars America will inevitably fight.
Conservative groups are upset because a new reality show depicts Muslim-Americans as, well, normal Americans.
Newt Gingrich’s foreign policy vision leaves much to be desired.
Gingrich is rising in the polls for reasons that help him in the primary race, but may hurt in a General Election.
Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA) took to the floor yesterday to lambaste Grover Norquist and his influence over the GOP.
Some 700 protesters were arrested yesterday afternoon after they shut down the Brooklyn Bridge for 2-1/2 hours, apparently mistaking it for Wall Street.
Was it wrong for the NFL to schedule its opening Sunday on the anniversary of the September 11th attacks?
It never ceases to amaze me how many smart people manage to believe, against all evidence to the contrary, that their political philosophy has massive support.
News that Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik was a fan of anti-Islamist sites, including Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch and Pamela Geller’s Atlas Shrugs has opened a big can of schadenfreude.
The debate format was the biggest loser last night, but there were a few memorable moments in New Hampshire.
If former President George W. Bush has any bitterness that Osama bin Laden was finally killed under his successor, he’s not showing it.
Sunday’s announcement of the death of Osama bin Laden was the latest example of how Twitter has become the go-to source for “Breaking News.”
Safia bin Laden says that her infamous father was caught alive by U.S. forces and murdered in cold blood.
The Supreme Court rules that “offensiveness” does not trump the First Amendment. And they’re right.