The lousy hybrid option has been scrapped in favor of a worthless virtual one.
A surprisingly slow response from a governor who has been proactive during the crisis.
Social distancing is helping but too many aren’t taking it seriously enough.
Schools were going to be open today. They’re closing after parent pressure.
Conferences, sporting events, and even school has been canceled to avoid spreading the pandemic.
Lee Boyd Malvo may be eligible for parole in two years.
It’s time for the last Democratic debate of 2019, and the stage will be smaller than it has at any time in the past.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has spent the weekend in the hospital over concerns about a possible infection.
Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear argument in a case likely to decide the fate of former President Obama’s DACA program.
It wasn’t exactly a warm reception for President Trump at last night’s World Series Game Five.
In what seems to be clear violations of the Foreign and Domestic Emoluments Clauses, the President is seeking to enrich himself and his family,
For the most part, the third debate appears to have had little immediate impact on the race for the Democratic nomination.
A Federal Appeals Court has reinstated an Emoluments Clause lawsuit against the President that had been dismissed nearly two years ago.
The Trump Administration is considering banning flavored electronic cigarettes. This would be a a bad idea.
Former Republican Congressman and Governor Mark Sanford is running for President.
President Trump announced late yesterday that he had called off secret meetings with the Taliban. The fact that they were even going to happen reveals yet again what’s wrong with his foreign policy.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has once again upheld a local ordinance banning assault weapons.
Another nonsense ruling on an issue that doesn’t belong in court to begin with.
Joe Walsh, a former Tea Party stalwart who served in Congress nine years ago, has thrown his hat in the ring against President Trump for the 2020 GOP Presidential Nomination.
A Federal Court has ruled once again in favor of a transgender student in Virginia who was prevented from using the bathroom conforming to their gender identity.
Another day, another mass shooting and, as is becoming all too common in this country, this one appears to have been racially motivated.
As was the case a month ago, Vice-President Biden and Senator Kamala Harris were the focus of last night’s debate. Things turned out very differently, though.
The first night of the second Democratic debate consisted largely of clashes between the party’s progressive wing and more moderate elements.
Trump’s attacks on racial minorities are going to continue, and get worse, the closer we get to 2020. Because stirring up fear and racial resentment among white working-class voters is the only way he can win.
The President unleashed another racist attack, this time on Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings.
The evidence is clear that Russia interfered in the election in 2016 and intends to do so again. Despite this, Mitch McConnell is blocking legislation designed to enhance election security.
A great public intellectual, pioneering blogger, and all-around good man is gone.
A new poll finds that a majority of Americans oppose statehood for the District of Columbia.
He could lose the popular vote by an even larger margin in 2020—and still coast to re-election.
Former South Carolina Congressman and Governor Mark Sanford is reportedly considering an intra-party challenge to President Trump
The lineups for the second Democratic debate are set, and they include some interesting pairings.
The legal and political showdown between Congress and the White House has entered into a new stage.
Once again, twenty candidates will participate in the second debate scheduled to take place over two nights at the end of the month.
The numbers are in and there’s good news for some candidates and bad news for a lot of the others.
The House Judiciary Committee has upped the ante in the showdown between the Trump Administration and Congress.
A federal appeals court has ruled that DC and Maryland officials have no right to bring the suit.
The Congressional Budget Office assesses several reform proposals.
Virginia has finally repealed a dumb and unconstitutional restriction on how bars could advertise Happy Hours.
The Trump Administration has informed Federal District Court Judges in Maryland and New York that it intends to still try to justify putting a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
A day after appearing to have conceded the issue, the Trump Administration says it is still looking for a way to include a citizenship question on the ballot.