By Groundhog Day, the government shutdown will have been largely forgotten. That's a guarantee.
"There is no limit to what we can achieve when we set free the dreams of our incredible people," President Trump said to a crowd of supporters standing on the decidedly cold cement floor of an equipment company in suburban Pittsburgh.
In Kabul, Afghanistan, American Embassy personnel who want to meet with their counterparts at the nearby U.S. military base have to travel a mere 100 yards. But they don't make a practice of walking or driving.
A modified method of distributing state revenue to local public school districts will have little impact on school quality.
If the crown prince of Saudi Arabia has in mind a war with Iran, President Trump should disabuse his royal highness of any notion that America would be doing his fighting for him.
President Trump "said things which were hate-filled, vile and racist. ... I cannot believe ... any president has ever spoken the words that I ... heard our president speak yesterday."
I was wrong. Years ago, people used to ask me what journalists should do to combat the nation's drift toward "factish" and "truthy" logic.
This week marked the beginning of the spring semester at Kent State, where I teach journalism as a professional in residence.
There is a kind of mania sweeping Washington and beyond these days and, unsurprisingly, it's about Donald Trump.
A few words on the difficulty of voting while black.
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