Several large studies show an increased risk of suicide among drug users addicted to opioids, especially women.
The Second Amendment is very unlikely to be repealed. Repealing an amendment requires the same colossal overlapping supermajorities as passing an amendment.
The president’s approval ratings are both very bad and very stable, which suggests that very few Americans are changing their minds about him.
Lindsey A. O’Rourke found 16 cases in which the U.S. “sought to influence foreign elections by covertly funding, advising and spreading propaganda for its preferred candidates, often doing so beyond a single election cycle.”
Smaller-scale, community-based “solar gardens” kept Minnesota accelerating as national progress slowed.
Is the political mobilization of young people in the U.S. and Slovakia just two isolated events? Or does it represent something bigger?
It was a bad idea, rooted in imperialism and a disregard for international law; begun by men who thought it would be easy.
Last night on MSNBC lawyer Michael J. Avenatti, in rude but hilarious terms, went after the competence of President Trump’s legal team.
These kids immediately grasped their moral authority, their massive megaphone and their outsized footprint in history.
Only 57 refugees from Somalia have been resettled in Minnesota during the federal government’s current fiscal year. During the same period last year, that number exceeded 650.
The McCarthy campaign serves as an important reminder that with the confluence of the right issue and candidate, democracy can flourish as intended.
At the end of Trump’s first year in office, 34 percent of his top-level officials had quit or been fired. That’s exactly double the previous record of 17 percent.
Talking is generally better than fighting, especially if the talking might make the fighting unnecessary.
A quartet of political scientists, writing for the Sunday New York Times, studied those who voted for Barack Obama in 2012 but didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The Minnesota race is part of a larger announcement of ratings changes by the Sabato Crystal Ball in 26 U.S. House races.
It turns out only half the U.S. had ever been mapped for flood risk, and most of Minnesota is not covered in FEMA mapping.
I have little doubt that the Russians succeeded in influencing some number of voters, but there is no way to know what that number is.
At least 122 state-level measures are under consideration and the tally may continue to grow.
There are ways of looking at the issue that might at least clear away a bit of smoke.
Nearly 1 in 3 Medicare patients undergo an operation in their final year of life.