WASHINGTON — Debating the grounds for impeachment, Republicans said there’s nothing here. Democrats said it’s a slam dunk.
Much has been made about Washington state’s recent electoral rift over car-tab fees and affirmative action.
I am honored to represent Central Washington, one of the nation’s most productive agricultural areas. Here, the agriculture industry touches the lives of everyone — whether you’re a farmer or rancher, a farmworker, work in a packing house or in distribution, or even when you sit down for a m…
WASHINGTON — Stunningly, there is no disagreement about the facts of the 300-page House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment report against Donald Trump.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats are trying to remove President Donald Trump from office “prayerfully,” “sadly” and “with a heavy heart.” In fact, as anyone who has been watching knows, many Democrats have been itching to impeach Trump since the day he took office.
Mary Monroe “Mollie” Davis left a generous legacy that allows young community members from generation to generation to grow and prosper — the Mollie Davis Scholarship.
I’m developing a catchphrase to try to explain how mystifying politics has been lately. It’s only two words long: “Nothing matters.”
CHICAGO — Words alone can’t convey the disgust and outrage I feel over the Trump administration’s cruel and careless treatment of migrants and refugees at the border.
WASHINGTON — So, we have just learned that not only are we destroying our planet much faster than we thought, but also we — and our children — are going to live a shorter life than we expected.
Their origins couldn’t be more different — one in the liberal Pacific Northwest, the other in the Bible Belt. And yet despite existing in a consumer brand landscape increasingly caught in the same polarizing trends seen in our politics, Starbucks Corp. and Chick-fil-A Inc. are converging on …
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, leader of the Democratic effort to impeach President Trump, told colleagues recently that impeachment is “an urgent matter that cannot wait.”
CHICAGO — We are surrounded by grief, fear and strife, yet for about a week or so each year, we’re scolded for not being thankful enough. Sadly, gratitude has become yet another corporatized platitude designed to tug the heartstrings and open the wallet.
The crashes of two Boeing 737 Max aircraft within the span of five months raises the question: Who is making sure airplanes are safe?
CHICAGO — The mainstream media has two settings when it comes to Latino voters: “The Sleeping Giant will determine the next president!” and “A confounding mystery endures: Latino voters don’t turn out to vote, but why?!”
WASHINGTON — Amazingly, the Senate just sent a bipartisan request to the White House.
As readers of this column have delighted in reminding me, there was another potent force hard at work in our recent tax-slashing election: Seattle scorn.
Why are House Democrats stonewalling questions about the identity of the Trump-Ukraine whistleblower?
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump tried to take credit Wednesday for opening a plant that’s been in business for years. He also tried to blame House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for closing Congress, but she didn’t.
FORT WORTH, Texas — Three things in life are certain: death, taxes and long lines at Chick-fil-A.
This editorial originally appeared in The Dallas Morning News: