The mother of all regulatory nightmares, Obamacare, remains to be addressed. But we've started on that, too.
Confirmation hearings revealed nominees who are unafraid to disagree.
It's easy to see why Macy's failed: Poor service, no local flair. But it's also hurt other businesses, as well as sapping downtown vitality.
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Dramatic differences in policy, personality await the nation.
Let's hope he truly did appreciate Antonin Scalia.
Democrats should be full participants in peaceful transfer of power.
Here's why we suggested that women specifically lead the procession on Jan. 21.
Readers Write (Jan. 18): Trump's inauguration, U.S. Bank Stadium and Michele Kelm-Helgen, movie stars and CEOs, Leonard Peltier
Don't boycott a national moment.
The web newcomers? The bloggers? The cable networks? The mainstream veterans? Too chaotic. Instead, let's make the debate specifically about the practice of journalism.
Let me try to explain what we do and why it's important.
The team members who work the event function like a well-oiled machine. Their skills, it seems, could transfer.
His case was about two murders, not mistreatment of Native Americans.
Readers Write (Jan. 17): Sanctuary cities, the Trump transition and conflicts of interest, the Women's March on Washington
Let's get specific about the law.
Minnesota leaders should have lauded first grants as important step.
Attacking the civil-rights hero, however capricious, showed the president-elect's disregard for the American story.
Coverage of this dispute in the Star Tribune shows how the emphasis chosen tilts the playing field.
Nineteen Bloomberg View columnists toast, roast Barack Obama as he leaves the White House.
They want the sort of change that makes official Washington gasp in horror. Of course, change, like hope, means different things to different people.