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Americans are at long last getting a chance to see for themselves what the Mueller report has found about the 2016 elections.
Separate media spheres create separate realities – and a challenge for unity. Seventh in our “Democracy Under Strain” series.
Trump aide Stephen Miller is often portrayed as a puppet master. But while he may be ascendant, Jared Kushner is also shaping immigration policy.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
Attorney General William Barr is expected to turn over the redacted report to Congress soon. But the fight over the full report could take years.
Abortion is one of the most potent wedge issues in politics. As activists contemplate the possible end of Roe, the debate may grow more contentious.
Trump’s top economic adviser mixes it up with reporters on China trade, the U.S.-Mexico border, and the president’s reported comment to Fed Chair Jay Powell - ‘I guess I’m stuck with you.’
A Midwestern mayor’s bold move to address blight gets mixed reviews. Pete Buttigieg is still trying to make it right – while running for president.
Five years after the Black Lives Matter movement was launched, activists struggle to focus national attention on criminal justice amid such issues as education, immigration, and agriculture. As the presidential campaign heats up, they hope the issue is included in platform agendas.
Media feeding frenzies today are both bigger and smaller – elevating all kinds of offenses into full-blown controversies before quickly moving on.
Mr. Kudlow also weighed in on the president’s plan to close the border and his intention to nominate Stephen Moore to the Federal Reserve.
Capitalism or socialism? At a Monitor Breakfast Wednesday, Larry Kudlow defended capitalism as the best path to prosperity for all.
If the executive branch resists, enforcing subpoenas becomes a matter for the courts – where it can drag on for years.
On a historic night in Chicago, the nation’s third-largest city elected Lori Lightfoot as mayor. Ms. Lightfoot – who won all 50 wards – will be the first African American woman and the first openly gay person to lead the city. She will be sworn in on May 20.