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Donations to Rep. Chris Collins’ Campaign Plummeted After His Indictment on Insider Trading Charges

Since Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) was indicted on insider trading charges in August, donations to his reelection campaign have plummeted, according to his latest quarterly filing to the Federal

Donations to Chris Collins’ Campaign Plummeted After His Indictment On Insider Trading Charges

Since Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) was indicted on insider trading charges in August, donations to his reelection campaign have plummeted, according to his latest quarterly filing to the Federal

Trump Rebrands “Lyin’ Ted Cruz” as “Beautiful Ted”

President Donald Trump on Monday revealed a new nickname for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), a man he once repeatedly disparaged as “worse than Hillary” in addition to publicly insulting the physical
Lunchtime Photo

Lunchtime Photo

Marian and I were up at Big Bear this weekend for a little birthday getaway. Naturally there are pictures. First, though, since we’re getting close to Halloween, here’s a seasonal picture of some
A Quick Correction of Donald Trump’s Standard Stump Speech

A Quick Correction of Donald Trump’s Standard Stump Speech

So what is Donald Trump lying about lately? Here’s a quick and non-comprehensive correction of what he’s telling his fans at his rallies: There are no riots here in California. Democrats do not want
LAT Poll: Democrats Still Far Ahead in Congressional Races

LAT Poll: Democrats Still Far Ahead in Congressional Races

The latest LA Times generic congressional poll of likely voters shows that apparently nothing—not Brett Kavanaugh, not Jamal Khashoggi, not North Korea, not NAFTA—has changed how we’re planning to

Hey Doctors, Stick to Medicine

Dr. Danielle Ofri thinks physicians should bring a little more politics into the exam room: Like many doctors and nurses, I became politically active for the first time during the summer of 2017, when

Raising the Aspirations of the Young: Is It Always a Good Thing?

Tyler Cowen tells a story from back when he was Graduate Director of Admisstions at George Mason University: One of my favorite strategies was to take strong candidates who applied for Masters and

This Week the Supreme Court Will Decide If 21 Teens Can Sue the Government Over Climate Change

Less than three months ago, the Supreme Court allowed a landmark climate change lawsuit against the federal government to proceed, despite misgivings about the “striking” breadth of the case filed by

Trump Threatens to Cut Off Aid to Central America Over Migrant Caravan

President Donald Trump claimed Monday without evidence that “unknown Middle Easterners are mixed in” with the caravan of Central American migrants heading toward the United States from southern

The Midterms Have the Power to Usher in an Era of Climate Action

Here’s the most important thing to know about climate politics in this critical election year: How fast we act decides the future we get. Of course, climate politics seems to be about many things,
More Than a Dozen Candidates Linked to #MeToo Allegations Will Appear on the November Ballot

More Than a Dozen Candidates Linked to #MeToo Allegations Will Appear on the November Ballot

From Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) to Rep. Pat Meehan (R-Penn.), at least eight members of Congress have been removed from power since the #MeToo movement first swept the country last year. But even more

Republicans’ War Against Obamacare Could Cost Them This Arkansas House Seat

While Republican politicians have lately been backtracking their positions on pre-existing conditions, deep in the heart of Trump Country a Democratic politician is anchoring his congressional

An Obamacare Expert and Her Army of Women Volunteers Could Flip This Red District

Lauren Underwood had no idea how to run for Congress. The 32-year-old Democrat built the first version of her campaign website herself on Squarespace. Her first campaign manager was a friend who

Trump Tweets That a Blue Wave in November Would Hurt the Economy

On Sunday afternoon, President Donald Trump boasted yet again about the country’s job growth, arguing it’s just one reason why voters should elect Republicans during the November midterms. If

Watch 5,000 Central American Migrants Walk to the United States

On Sunday, thousands of Central American migrants left Mexico’s southern border and marched north as they made their way to the United States to seek asylum. The caravan, which has drawn the ire of

Trump Warns Of “Onslaught of Illegal Aliens” in Migrant Caravan

A caravan of Central American migrants swelled to more than 5,000 people as it reached Mexico’s southern border on Sunday, marching past Mexican police and immigration officials and towards the United

President Trump Defends Saudi Leader as “Incredible Ally”

On Saturday night, President Donald Trump defended Saudi Arabia as an “incredible ally” while at the same time criticizing the monarchy’s explanation that Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was

The Trump Administration Wants to Narrow the Definition of Gender Identity

Trump administration officials are pushing to narrow the legal definition of sex under Title IX, the latest move in the White House’s effort to upend the rights of transgender people, the New York

Charlottesville’s Other Jim Crow Legacy: Separate and Unequal Education

This story was originally co-published by ProPublica and the New York Times. High school seniors Zyahna Bryant and Trinity Hughes have been friends since they were 6 years old, raised by blue-collar