Alabama freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, center.

Two QB's No Problem For Alabama, Saban

The Tua Tagolaivoa vs. Jalen Hurts controversy appears to be a distraction for Alabama football and Nick Saban. It's likely the Crimson Tide's formula for another national championship, however.

The Case Against Impeachment

In an excerpt from his new book, a lawyer, lifelong Democrat and constitutional scholar argues for President Trump's civil liberties, as he would for anyone.
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Will Putin’s World Cup Gamble Pay Off for Russia?

Russia is hoping the World Cup will improve its international image, which may be a challenge considering the Kremlin has been accused of war crimes in Syria and Ukraine, spy poisonings in Britain and election meddling in the U.S. and other Western countries.


When a woman becomes a mother for the first time, her pay decreases by 4 percent on average. By comparison, new fathers typically see a 6 percent increase in their salary.
Trump announces US pullout from Iran nuclear deal

The Art of No Deal

In the battle over the Iran agreement, the “Nixers” beat the “Fixers.” But that may push the Trump administration into the kind of multifaceted diplomacy he didn’t want.

The New Iron Curtain?

The Kremlin has long tried to divide and conquer Europe. Now, in Hungary, its strategy is working.

How Scott Pruitt Blew It

The embattled Environmental Protection Agency administrator took to Washington a little too eagerly. Now he might be heading back to his hometown of Tulsa.