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McCain: Let’s face it, American foreign leadership was better under Obama

"The message is that America doesn’t want to lead." The post McCain: Let’s face it, American foreign leadership was better under Obama appeared first on Hot Air.

Inexperienced former event planner to run major federal housing program

At HUD, she will oversee the distribution of billions of funds for a region with urgent needs.Lynne Patton at the Republican National Convention in 2016. CREDIT: AP Photo/J. Scott ApplewhiteEvent

Non-binary gender is affirmed in new legislation pending in states across the country

D.C. is the latest part of the United States to weigh a bill that would allow for a non-binary gender option.CREDIT: iStockThe nation’s capital is poised to be the latest part of the United States to

Trump’s latest comments prove he has no idea how health policy works

The president says he knows “the subject well.” Everything else he says indicates otherwise.CREDIT: AP Photo/Evan VucciDespite claims to the contrary, President Donald Trump still does not appear to

The Senate healthcare bill has a numbers problem

After five Republican senators and thousands of Americans voiced their opposition to the Senate’s healthcare bill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday he would delay the vote. Now the
Rep. Raúl Grijalva: The Bernie-Hillary Debate Is Destroying the Democratic Party

Rep. Raúl Grijalva: The Bernie-Hillary Debate Is Destroying the Democratic Party

'Shouldn’t we focus on the same thing the American people are focusing on?'
Google Reportedly Paid Professors For Favorable Policy Papers

Google Reportedly Paid Professors For Favorable Policy Papers

Some academics failed to disclose their financial ties.
Google Reportedly Paid Professors For Favorable Policy Papers

Google Reportedly Paid Professors For Favorable Policy Papers

Some academics failed to disclose their financial ties.

Net Neutrality Day Of Action

Today, July 12th, is the Net Neutrality Day Of Action. More than 70,000 websites, online services, and Internet users are participating including Twitter, Amazon, Netflix, Kickstarter, Etsy, Reddit,

It’s personal: 65% who disapprove of Trump do so because of his “personality,” not policy or job performance

Character. The post It’s personal: 65% who disapprove of Trump do so because of his “personality,” not policy or job performance appeared first on Hot Air.
Think the Healthcare Fight Was a Mess? Wait for Tax Reform

Think the Healthcare Fight Was a Mess? Wait for Tax Reform

Obamacare repeal isn't 100 percent dead, but Republicans are turning to their next big project: cutting taxes for the rich, big time. Only problem is they can't agree how.
For Nine Long Minutes, It Seemed Like the U.S. Was on the Precipice of War

For Nine Long Minutes, It Seemed Like the U.S. Was on the Precipice of War

When White House policy collides with social media.
Redfin set out to disrupt real estate—it was harder than it looked

Redfin set out to disrupt real estate—it was harder than it looked

CEO once called real estate "by far the most screwed up industry in America."
Court Says Politicians Can’t Block Critics on Social Media

Court Says Politicians Can’t Block Critics on Social Media

The Virginia ruling could impact President Trump's behavior on Twitter.
Court Says Politicians Can’t Block Critics on Social Media

Court Says Politicians Can’t Block Critics on Social Media

The Virginia ruling could impact President Trump's behavior on Twitter.

Where Are the Single-Payer Wonks?

In the heat of the 2016 Democratic primary, Bernie Sanders released one of his signature proposals: Medicare-for-All. In response, economists, policy experts, and the liberal media all hammered the
Military figures are taking over Trump’s administration

Military figures are taking over Trump’s administration

As players within President Donald Trump’s administration have come and gone, one institution has benefited perhaps more than any other — the military. On Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions named
Feds might force table-saw makers to adopt radically safer technology

Feds might force table-saw makers to adopt radically safer technology

A 1999 invention would prevent thousands of amputations per year if widely used.
Google cancels all-hands diversity meeting over safety concerns

Google cancels all-hands diversity meeting over safety concerns

Google feared questioners would face threats if their names leaked online.