It's not harmless entertainment. It's an immoral diversion of money that could be better spent.
On the strength of her record, police chief should keep the job.
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There are telling similarities — and a key difference — between mega events.
Sanders-Clinton is not unlike McCarthy-Humphrey — and look how that turned out.
Complaint about the inflexibility of jury duty was overplayed.
Things we've taken for granted. Things that are easier to see in comparison with the current crop of candidates.
The Iowa caucus taught us that. On the other hand, the Democratic Party's standard-bearers teach us something else.
You learn a lot when you can see the candidates up close. It's useful.
If (when) he fails, Republicans lose their most formidable general election candidate.
After overcoming knee injury, Gophers star sets sights on NCAA tourney.
Here's the problem with putting God's work ahead of the country's best interests, whether it's Christians running for president, politicians seeking tolerance for Muslims or (in my case, long ago) Moonies on a mission.
A citizen-driven effort sets its sights on more walkability, density.
We have leverage to enforce the agreement with Iran. We don't in North Korea, and we need to start anew.
What role should feminism play in the presidential campaign?
Before the City Council is a recommendation to have a local nonprofit handle the service. That would be a good move in many ways.
If he's honest, he'll look around as he approaches the end of his term and see that the tide of war is not, in fact, receding.
If you can't make the top three in Iowa and New Hampshire, you won't win, and you're wasting others' investment of money, time and emotion.
It's a real Washington whodunit — who tested the boundaries on State Department policy? It matters because the threat of hacking is real.
Convenience for some is a necessity for others.