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The newly elected progressive members are just what the party needs.
All of this stands in contrast with how presidents normally act.
There is much more energy on the Democratic side of the field.
It’s wrong to use the threat that he might ignore Congress and last November’s midterm election results as leverage in continuing negotiations.
The president’s day at the U.S.-Mexico border was full of missed opportunities.
Why would countries get involved in China’s economic and political trap? The answer, according to Wall Street Journal reporting, is corruption.
D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham is worried about illicit guns. His concerns deserve a hearing.
Now that he faces possible rejection, the wall has become a metaphor for his identity.
There is much for the D.C. Council to sort out with Lewis Ferebee.
Why did Parliament agree to leave one of the most momentous decisions in British history to a referendum?
If indefinite full-time unpaid mandatory labor seems draconian, even medieval, in 21st-century America, there’s a good reason. The system was not designed to accommodate what's happening in the modern era.
To Trump, your opponents are your enemies — and your actual enemies are your friends.
Conservatives and Republicans should promptly repudiate and condemn renegades in their party whenever they’re guilty of bigoted words or deeds.
If the federal government won’t act, cities and states must.
Instead of writing our kids off, we are focusing on connecting them with needed support.
My employees won’t get paid, and that hurts everyone.
The District is becoming a national leader in youth justice.
Senator Brown confirms he's traveling to the early primary states, and talks about his idea to confer dignity on work.