Trump's Border Wall Will Cost Billions More Than Projected

A new government report indicates that President Trump's border wall will cost billions more than initially projected. And Mexico still isn't going to pay for it.

The Cable Bundle is Dying. We'll Miss it When it's Gone.

As much as we hate paying $200 a month for television, the future is likely going to be worse.

Trump World Experiences An Omarosa Earthquake

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who used to be a Trump favorite, is out with a book that makes sensationalistic claims about the Trump Administration. The real story, though, is what she has on tape and how she got it.

Charlottesville Anniversary March A Complete Dud

White supremacists held a rally in Washington on Sunday, and almost no one but their opponents and the police showed up.

Laura Ingraham's Response to Her Disturbing Diatribe

Laura Ingraham has responded to the deluge of criticism to her foolish and disturbing commentary. This response is also disturbing. Her attempt to walk back the racist tone of her monologue falls flat. Her statement trying to make her views more clear reveal more of her limited thinking on this matter and in general.

A Year After Charlottesville, Trump Shows That He Doesn't Get It Or Doesn't Care

One year after Charlottesville, it's clear that President Trump still doesn't understand what happened there, or that he just doesn't care.

Two Months After Singapore, Few Signs Of Progress With North Korea

Two months after the Singapore Summit, there's no sign that anything substantive has been accomplished on the Korean Peninsula.

University Of Maryland Football Coach Suspended Amid Reports Of 'Toxic Culture'

The head football coach at the University of Maryland has been suspended after reports of a "toxic environment" that led to the death of a student athlete in June.

Tidal Shift Against Brexit

A new study finds that a majority of the UK population---and of UK Parliamentary seats---support remaining in EU.

Laura Ingraham Disturbing Views About Culture

There has been a deluge of responses to Laura Ingraham's recent diatribe about culture and immigration, but I want to look at her rhetoric from a different perspective. The perspective I want to look at is statements by Ingraham about cultures changing over time and the implications in regards to policies about these changes.

New York Congressman Suspends Campaign After Insider Trading Indictment

Just days after being indicted on insider trading charges, New York Congressman Chris Collins is suspending his campaign for re-election.

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How The DACA Problem Could End Up Hurting Republicans In November

The legal fight over DACA could end up posing problems for Republicans in November.

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78,000 Transgender Americans Could Be Denied Voting Rights in 2018

A new study claims voter ID laws may disenfranchise the demographic, potentially swinging several Congressional races.

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Confirmation Hearing For Brett Kavanaugh To Begin September 4th

Brett Kavanaugh's nomination appears to be on track for confirmation before the new Supreme Court term begins in October.

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Federal Judge In Indiana Rules In Favor Of Transgender Student

Another Federal Judge has ruled in favor of a transgender student seeking the right to use the gender that conforms to the gender they identify with.

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The Democratic Party's Progressive Wing Falls Short

Tuesday's election results were a defeat for the progressive effort to remake the Democratic Party in their image.

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Tim Kaine Crushing Corey Stewart In New Virginia Senate Poll

Nominating Corey Stewart is beginning to look like the biggest mistake Virginia Republicans have ever made.

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National Anthem Protests Restart As N.F.L. Pre-Season Begins

The first night of games in the N.F.L. pre-season included some sporadic protests during the National Anthem, and prompted a predictable response from the President.

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Republican Primary For Kansas Governor Now Down To Less Than 100 Votes

The race for the Republican nomination for Governor between Governor Jeff Colyer and Secretary of State Kris Kobach is even closer than ever and will likely remain undecided for weeks.

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Corey Stewart Caught Praising The Confederacy In 2017 Campaign Video

The Republican Party's nominee for Senator in Virginia really is as bad as you've heard, probably worse.

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Get Ready For An Expansion Of Trump's Economically Ignorant Trade War With China

President Trump appears to be ready to expand his ignorant, counterproductive trade war with China.

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New York City Cracks Down On Uber And Lyft

In an obvious effort to pander to the city's taxi industry, New York City is placing new limits on ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.

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Rashida Tlaib Set To Become First Muslim-American Woman In Congress

Another milestone set to be crossed.

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The Trump Slump In Foreign Tourism Continues

There's been a noticeable drop in foreign tourism to the United States since Donald Trump became President.

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Republican Congressman Who Backed Trump Indicted On Securities Fraud Charges

New York Congressman Chris Collins, who was the first Congressman to endorse President Trump, has been indicted for what amounts to one of the dumber and most obvious cases of securities fraud ever seen.

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Missouri Voters Overwhelmingly Reject 'Right To Work' Law

In a rare red-state victory for labor unions, Missouri voters rejected a right to work initiative by an overwhelming margin.

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Trump Favorite Kris Kobach Holds Narrow Lead In Kansas GOP Primary

Kris Kobach, the controversial Secretary of State of Kansas who is also a Trump ally, holds on to a slim lead in the GOP Primary for Governor.

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Newspaper Sues Former Reporter to Get His Twitter Account Back

Andy Bitter has taken a new job but his former employer thinks it owns his social media account.

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Republican Leads In Too Close To Call Ohio Special Election

Republican Troy Balderson holds a narrow lead in a Special Election in Ohio. Even if he wins, though, the way this election played out does not bode well for the GOP in November.

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Mike Pence Used To Think Presidential Morality Mattered

There was a time when Mike Pence believed that a President's personality morality and trustworthiness mattered. He clearly doesn't believe that anymore.

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Alex Jones Loses Access To Social Media

Facebook, Google, and several other companies have closed down accounts associated with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

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Paul Laxalt, Former Nevada Senator And Reagan Confidante, Dies At 96

Paul Laxalt, the former Nevada Senator who was one of President Reagan's closest confidantes outside the White House, has died at 96.

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Federal Judge Deals Another Blow To Trump's DACA Order

Another Federal Judge has dealt a legal blow to President Trump's effort to shut down the DACA program.

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Trump Reimposes Sanctions On Iran Previously Lifted Pursuant To Nuclear Deal

The Trump Administration has taken the latest step in a process that began in May with the withdrawal from the JCPOA. Where it takes us is anybody's guess, but the probability of something going wrong is quite high.

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