President Trump’s Olympian ineloquent display of lies, half-truths and (mostly) braggadocio left me horrified but not really surprised.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions dealt a deadly blow to women across the world on June 11.
The Trump administration took deliberate action to separate children from their parents in border crossing cases, creating trauma for families.
President Trump’s approval continues to both low by historical comparisons and historically very, very steady – unprecedentedly so by historical standards.
The incidence of high-tide flooding — also called “sunny day flooding,” “nuisance flooding” or “saltwater flooding” — has increased by 50 percent in just the last eight years, a new report says.
Populism is going to be a major factor — if not the dominant driver — of politics across North America in the next year, and perhaps well beyond.
U.S. policy has “minimized, underestimated and politicized” the infection, discouraging swift and cheap treatments.
How quickly has the political landscape changed? So quickly that least two races that were once considered sleepy suddenly became two of the wildest races in the election.
Attorneys closed down their firms last Friday and took to downtown Minneapolis streets to raise awareness about the government’s aggressive approach to intentionally separating children from their parents.
“It’s a huge deal and it’s causing a lot of stir in the medical education world,” Patty Hobday, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Minnesota Medical School, says of EPAC.
At issue is whether deferred action related to a pending U-visa — given to those who’ve been victims of a crime — actually defers people from deportation.
I’m struck by how often (and sometimes how humorously) the story of compromise has relied (and apparently still relies) on totally unhelpful football metaphors.
“Measured” and “unbitter” were two descriptive words Stengel used in his Westminster Town Hall Forum talk.
Development and disease whittle away at a resource that delivers billions in environmental benefits. Minnesota showed essentially no gain or loss between 2009 and 2014.
It was a tonic to see two prominent political figures of opposing parties demonstrating that it’s still possible to maintain your sense of humor and earthling solidarity while expressing opposing views.
If you have time for long read this weekend, especially if you are still struggling to understand how Donald Trump won the presidency, I recommend this long, non-judgmental Washington Post project.
Trump’s ill-advised decision leaves the other signatories in a bad position. Most of them were obviously hoping Trump was bluffing (or huffing and puffing).
Public health experts warn that the opioid epidemic is in danger of creating a “public health disaster of historic proportions.”
Of course, if the question is whether to believe Comey or Trump, it’s not even close.
“A third of the country may choose to live in Trumpistan. Good for them. Sixty to 65 percent of us prefer to continue living in America,” said Schmidt at the Westminster Town Hall Forum.