Sanctions and a costly war are taking their toll.
“Cooking with gas” could become a thing of the past. But it probably won’t.
Prices are coming down but they’re way higher than they were.
The CIA warned of his months ago but the Biden administration is being cautious.
A bill that was never about the thing it’s called doesn’t do that thing.
Has the frustrating process of securing his vote taught Democrats anything?
Joe Manchin has come around on a pared back BBB, surprising just about everyone.
Vladimir Putin is banning commodity exports.
Sanctions are already taking a toll. But the West could do more if it had the will.
Notwithstanding Russia’s weak position vis a vis the west, It’s Putin who seems to be winning.
Yesterday’s testimony by Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman including information particularly damaging to the President and his defenses to the charges against him in the Ukraine matter.
The first round of polls after last week’s debate has good news for the former Vice-President.
More information released last night confirmed the extent to which the United States was linking progress on its relationship with Ukraine to an investigation of Joe Biden and his son.
Workers at a petrochemical plant were told they could choose between showing up for a Presidential speech and not getting paid.
Not surprisingly, the President’s opening speech of the 2020 campaign was filed with lies.
China has retaliated for the tariffs that the President imposed late last week, and things look like they’re only going to get worse.
The current economic recovery is nearly ten years old. It isn’t going to last forever, though, and that could pose a problem for the GOP in 2020.
President Trump and the President of the European Commission announced an agreement late yesterday on trade issues, but it’s long on promises and short on results.
The NATO Summit is going about as well as can be expected.
The Trump Administration’s effort to impose sanctions against North Korea suffered a significant defeat in the United Nations Security Council.
A race for the Virginia House of Delegates straight out of a civics book.
President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accords was neither the big win his supporters claim nor the disaster his critics fear.
Canada is phasing out coal as a source of electricity production by 2030. The same thing will happen in the United States no matter how much politicians try to stop it.
A new report concludes that Malaysia Air Flight 17 was brought down by a missile brought into Ukraine from Russia.
Turkey has issued a formal apology to Russia over the November 2015 downing of a Russian jet that had briefly strayed into Turkish airspace.
Thanks largely to the fact that she has moved left on coal, Hillary Clinton seems likely to lose today’s West Virginia primary. But it will have only a minimal impact on Clinton’s quest for a delegate majority.
The economy performed a little better than previously reported over the summer. It’s not great, but it’s probably enough to convince the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates next month.
The events of the past two weeks could allow the Republican Party to move forward.
The Clinton Foundation has disclosed that there were $26 million in donations that it had failed to disclose while Hillary was Secretary of State.
A big change in an important nation in the most volatile part of the world.
The State Of The Union Address was more of the same, and the same will be true of Washington going forward.
Well, so much for that “people’s revolt” that brought down a military dictator.
The party’s loss of Senate control has basically sealed Landrieu’s fate.
Quietly, oil prices have been falling for months now. That’s potentially a very big deal.
Could the GOP offer a positive governing agenda if they controlled Congress?
The U.S. and Europe have announced a new round of sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis, but it’s not clear that the Russians will be motivated to change course.