The late singer’s instructive lessons for our time
Thursday’s Republican victory for an open House of Representatives seat turned out to be a hyper-interpreted microcosm of America's crazy national moment, complete with a “body slam” that sent a reporter to the hospital.
Democrats and some Republicans then Mike Mulvaney for the Trump budget proposal.
Employees, bosses and even spouses have reason to keep records.
All of the network’s prime-time shows have gleefully discussed reopening a case that was closed last year by the FBI.
So far, even after the controversial firing of FBI Director James Comey, it doesn’t look that way.
The president’s infrastructure plan is (a) too small; (b) unworkable; (c) a giveaway to the rich; (d) all of the above.
At one time, the need to cut corporate rates united most Democrats and Republicans. Not anymore.
The new effort doesn’t address the problems that killed the earlier version.
The Intelligence Committee chairman’s withdrawal doesn’t fix the investigation or solve the chamber’s deeper problems.
The nationalist’s chances of long-run survival just went up, not down.
Washington used to be open with the fact that Supreme Court nominees are political actors with political histories.
The news will be fast and furious this week as Congress delves into Russian spying, considers a Supreme Court pick and tries to move the Obamacare replacement to the Senate.
The annual conservative lovefest blessed Trumpism but next week the real legislating begins.