Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona is what passes for a moderate Republican these days. Few senators who weren’t running for president themselves were as outspoken as Flake about the shortcomings of Donald Trump. Yet, he seems well pleased with Trump’s nomination of Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme Court and he decided to write… Read more »
He’s barely been in office for two months and he’s already cut off every possibility for success.
A Q&A with Rep. Gerry Connolly, whose district includes the third largest number of federal workers in the country.
The Senate confirmed a right-wing lunatic who will only encourage the Israeli government to indulge its worst impulses.
It’s increasingly clear that Trump and Hillary supporters live in two alternate realities based on alternative perceptions.
The Supreme Court nominee doesn’t seem to care about how concentrated economic power stifles fair competition and hurts average Americans.
The government safety net promotes individual liberty. Progressives need to start talking about it that way.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who with Robert Cailliau created the World-Wide Web 28 years ago with the specification for HTML, has published an open letter to the Web’s 2 billion users today. The text is here, in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic. He invites everybody to share it, so I’ll save you the fatigue of clicking… Read more »
The President can’t just bug whomever he wants. I would know—I used to be an FBI agent.
Officially, the Iraqi government is still dampening expectations of an early victory in Mosul. But the news on the ground tells a different story. General Stephen Townsend, commanding the US “assistance” mission, last week: ISIS is down to 2,000 fighters in Mosul, including those now isolated in Tal Afar. Iraqi Federal police, 28 February: since… Read more »