Emmanual Macron is a virtuoso of vagueness who calls to mind a certain freshman senator in 2008.
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It's a government frill that needs to be sheared.
Novelist Lionel Shriver imagines America slouching into dystopia merely by continuing current practices.
The Trump administration wants to make America greater by making its companies less competitive.
Both U.S. President Donald Trump and higher education suffer from a "storm of outraged ego."
Does Donald Trump know that one American company might be "destroying" more American jobs than China is?
If Cooperstown wants admission to mean enshrinement, it must embrace and articulate the hall's ethic — that real success must be honorably achieved.
Trump's feral cunning in manipulating the masses is instinctive, and his presidential term will be as novel as his campaign was.
When U.S. President Barack Obama moves two miles from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to 2446 Belmont Road in Washington's Kalorama neighborhood, he will live half a mile from 2340 S Street, where Woodrow Wilson spent his three post-presidential years. Wilson's embittering foreign policy failure was ...
The year 2016 resembles a china shop after a visit from an especially maladroit bull.