After more than 30 years in journalism, including four years covering Donald Trump for the Review-Journal, White House correspondent Debra J. Saunders is taking a break.
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House Democrats asking broadcasters about whether they will continue to carry Fox News Channel show they don’t care about free speech.
Rush Limbaugh, the legendary talk show host who died Wednesday at age 70, succeeded because he provided something the rest of the media didn’t: balance.
Josh Hawley needs to take a look in the mirror.
True believers such as Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene are on the decline in the modern Republican Party, while people such as Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., are the future.
Everyone knows that remote education is failing students, especially immigrant children and others whose parents can’t fill in the gaps that plague schooling by computer screen.
President Joe Biden likes to talk about unity and his intent to rise above partisan rancor to heal the divisions that led a pro-Trump mob to swarm the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Who are the actual outliers?
President Donald Trump’s supporters didn’t think through what would have happened if they’d succeeded in overturning the legitimate 2020 election.
Rep. Mark Amodei, the only Republican in Nevada’s congressional delegation, is a prime example.
President-elect Joe Biden’s choice for energy secretary, ex-Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, is espousing climate policies that are driving businesses out of California to other states.
At the end of the day, Barr showed how it’s done.
Rep. Eric Swalwell, who was apparently the target of a Chinese spy, ought to have more humility when accusing the Donald J. Trump campaign of colluding with Russia in 2016.
It’s hard to get excited at the notion that President-elect Joe Biden’s upper-press operation will be Ladies Only.
The education establishment is in little hurry to end distance learning even though it especially hurts poor children, immigrant children and those with special needs.