They can’t live with him, and they can’t live without him. That about sums up the Republican Party’s Donald Trump problem.
For many of my Republican friends, Donald Trump is a guilty pleasure.
How do nations sleepwalk into war? Often through lack of imagination.
One year in, when we maybe finally have the coronavirus a bit on the run, there’s a new outbreak emerging in the land.
Neera Tanden became President Joe Biden’s first Cabinet casualty on Tuesday when she withdrew her nomination to be budget director. The Republicans who sank her have not accomplished much. Biden’s next nominee will be a little more or less progressive, and a little more or less competent, bu…
He walked out on the stage and the crowd was cheering, the music was blasting “I’m Proud to be an American,” and former President Donald Trump did look proud, very proud. This was despite a lost election he says he won, a Capitol riot he says he did not start and a furious but failed impeach…
What was your life like at this time last year?
Sen. Joe Manchin, the self-styled conservative Democrat from West Virginia, is driving progressives crazy — and he doesn’t seem to mind.
For the latest example of local newspapers’ struggle, and the need to find new ways to sustain journalism, look to Yakima.
Two years ago, even before launching his presidential bid, Joe Biden told Western European leaders that Donald Trump’s American First foreign policy was a momentary blip in U.S. global leadership.
In a couple of days, the month dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of African Americans will come to an end. This year, more than ever, we should think about the purpose Black History Month serves.
The USDA has now announced that there’s “no credible evidence” that people can get COVID-19 from touching packages in the grocery store. At first blush, this sounds like a breakthrough — but there was no evidence of this in the spring of 2020 either.
On paper, the United States is committed to withdrawing its last 2,500 troops from Afghanistan less than 10 weeks from now, on May 1. That’s under a deal the Trump administration made last year with the Taliban, the Islamic guerrilla group fighting the Kabul government.
Even some progressives were perplexed when President Joe Biden nominated California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to be secretary of Health and Human Services.
Now that I’ve written a couple of times about coronavirus vaccines, I’ve noticed, readers, that some of your correspondences about the matter have taken on a certain … edge.
Since President Joe Biden took office, Iran’s regional proxies have been busy. This month alone, Houthi rebels in Yemen claimed credit for a drone attack against Saudi Arabia’s Abha airport; one of the most prominent critics of Hezbollah, the journalist Lokman Slim, was found murdered in his…
Earlier this month President Joe Biden went to the State Department to pump up a demoralized foreign service corps, and to tell the world: “America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy.”
My car was smothered in snow when I woke up Tuesday, the streets were drowning in slush, and when I glanced out my living room window, I instantly knew that my little Prius may as well have been stuck in cement.
I didn’t listen to Rush Limbaugh much. But his voice both reverberated around me and penetrated me like the radio waves he rode on, having influenced the people who’ve influenced me.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has a knack for making everyone mad. With his vote against former President Donald Trump’s impeachment, he angered both Democrats and many never-Trump Republicans. His vote could have been seen as a cynical ploy to cozy up to Trump’s base, except for th…