In a speech this week, the president laid out a plan to address the crisis that was at turns thin on details and alarming in content.
For too long, Congress has abdicated its duty as presidents prolonged and expanded wars. Proposed resolutions would say, Enough.
After learning how advisers to Donald Trump exploited the company’s vulnerabilities to get him elected, Congress needs to strengthen privacy laws.
In the wake of Andrew McCabe’s firing, and the president’s gloating tweets, Republicans once again could take action to protect democracy — but they refuse.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s move to pull the country out of the International Criminal Court should not impede a probe into deaths there.
The Trump administration seems more interested in appeasing student loan companies than helping those who are in debt.
Though his crime was heinous, Herman Bell’s sentence of 25 years to life entitled him to the possibility of release from prison.
A California town has outlawed using smartphones while crossing the street — a move that could save lives.
In a Kansas courtroom, the nation’s leading vote suppressors are being revealed for the con artists they are.
And, not surprisingly, it still falls short.