It was as if President Franklin Roosevelt had said after Pearl Harbor: "Hey, both sides are to blame."
I produced her show for five years. I had to be tougher than she was. But I loved her and learned from her.
This is the most important struggle of our time.
GAO cites $3 trillion increase in federal spending over the next decade.
It's breathtaking what they've been able to uncover in detail. But ironic, too, given our fears about the government's role in privacy.
New research shows that definitions are flexible, with a political twist.
Our president has just composed the most elaborate thank-you note in history.
Even with fewer teachers paying dues, there's a strong foundation. One move in particular will preserve it, and it involves teacher quality.
The debate over European nations' contributions goes back decades.
The president is accelerating the waning of a system that's advanced U.S. interests.
When women have the opportunity to choose, men also benefit. We're hearing women's stories. Now we need to hear men's.
We know what works (and what doesn't), and there are more community services than ever. But the network can't keep up. We need data. We need to delve deeply into the problem.
It has plenty of political history — and this year is a prime political crucible.
It simply has to. And don't let grandiose candidate rhetoric impede that goal.
We'll get plenty of pledges from gubernatorial candidates. Here's something for them: Questions. If they can't give answers, they shouldn't get our vote.
Make haste to lift unnecessary regulations, as Trump has promised. Year-round E15 will benefit consumers and the rural economy.
The state separates thousands of children from their parents each year through its child welfare system. Protection vs. consequences is a tough balance to strike.
A new federal investigation may bring closure in black teen's 1955 slaying.
If he thought NATO was useless, he would not waste his time on it. But if allies don't invest in real, usable military capabilities, NATO will become irrelevant.
To most Americans, my native country and even NATO are abstractions, but there are real life-or-death considerations.