Additional documents pertaining to the JFK assassination are due to be released in October. By law, the president (and only the president) can stop this, but he should not do so.
Penalties for Russia, Iran and North Korea need force of congressional action.
Polls show that Republicans doubt the value of colleges of universities. That's a problem, because dominate government. And it's become a problem, at least in part, because liberals dominate academia.
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Polling shows large gaps in views of public, police.
Health care policy punt to states may be welcomed.
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There are three ways to answer the question, among all of the other things recent events have given us to think about.
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Former Minnesota senator calls legislation a "mysterious hodgepodge."
For starters, political leaders shouldn't undercut the effort. Other solutions: more female officers and a better understanding of what we're getting for our training dollars.
The effort, as originated and as still applied in many agencies, is quite stringent. Where training fails, it's not because of the program.
What politics won't change.