If Democrats try to enact an amnesty, they will probably get shot down — but not before doing more damage to public confidence in the U.S. political system.
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The current law’s silence about how brain death is diagnosed means that someone could be found legally dead in Nevada even if ruled alive in Kansas.
Among the world’s rich countries, the U.S. has a middling COVID-19 death rate: better than the U.K. or Italy, worse than France or Sweden.
What Tanden’s defeat mostly tells us is that you should not insult a group of thin-skinned people if you might need their support in the future.
The debate changed nothing, except to diminish the country’s dignity just a little bit more.
A new survey shows that rising numbers of Americans are clamming up, regardless of age, race or even politics.
The Democratic candidate’s speech repudiated progressives by condemning riots.
My city’s government has closed the entrance to the parking lot of a park near my home in an effort to prevent people from congregating. The main result, as far as I can judge, is that a lot of people are irritating the neighborhood ...
Like Trump before him, the Vermont senator is benefitting from a divided opposition.
The U.S. president's triple threat: high approval rating, stable economy and a united party.