Politics are an important part of our daily lives. Even if you are not a political person, you cannot escape the influence of politics on your daily life. Most probably, you have seen campaign signs located in your community, or you might have even participated in a political campaign to support your candidate.
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Island states that are least responsible for global emissions but most vulnerable to storms and rising seas are looking outside the United Nations process for aid.
The Trump administration said lawmakers should make spending cuts to offset the disaster spending, a request that a top Democrat immediately denounced.
A daylong debate over taxes devolved into an angry shouting match as Senators Orrin Hatch and Sherrod Brown sparred over whether the bill favored the rich.
The administration is lifting a ban on importing elephant parts severed as trophies after the animals are shot in Zimbabwe.
How a partisan lens leads people to different interpretations of the same facts.
Arguments on which monuments come down will surely lay bare what an exasperating country General Lee failed to destroy.
In a bipartisan letter, the Senate Judiciary Committee said that President Trump’s son-in-law did not hand over documents about a “Russian backdoor overture.”
If you don’t think right-wing politics should dominate Christian life, where can you find the right congregation?
Scarcely 5,000 estates a year fall under the tax, but those seeking to reduce or eliminate it have outsize influence.
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We all want the safety and dependable quality that “regulation” is supposed to provide. Government can provide it to some extent, but markets can do it better, if we let them. Howard Baetjer of To
Prosecutors will interview the White House communications director in the coming weeks as they continue questioning those in the president's inner circle.
If I have my news, and you have yours, and both of us rely on truthiness — the uncontestable “essential” truth of our beliefs, regardless of facts — it’s impossible to have a conversation.
Among those who voted for the president, there are few regrets. But there are questions about whether he'll even finish his four-year term.
Operatives from the Clinton, Cruz, Rubio, Sanders and Trump campaigns share the lessons they learned from the 2016 election.
The president has consistently flashed his apparent insecurity over the legitimacy of his election victory.
The memoir by the former DNC chief has some of the highest-ranking Democrats fighting anew over 2016.
What’s the evidence that economic freedom is beneficial for society? Prof. Antony Davies shows charts of the free market’s effects on unemployment, inequality, poverty, and even child labor.
A panel of experts from TechFreedom, the ACLU, R Street, and the US Naval Academy discuss Section 702, the controversial warrantless mass-surveillance provision of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillanc
Luck egalitarianism is, roughly, the view that inequalities in life prospects resulting from luck are unjust. If Amy has better job opportunities than Bob because she happened to have parents who coul
Remember the mid-2000s housing crash that wiped out homeowners? Well, there’s another bubble getting ready to pop, and this one’s in student debt. Prof. Antony Davies explains.
Professor Mark Lilla of Columbia University makes the case that when people become too wrapped up in identity politics, they can lose sight of how to affect the change they want to see in society.
Competition is often considered a dirty word, with many critics of free market ideas emphasizing the cutthroat competition of Wall Street as an example of how competition brings out the worst in peopl
Myth 1 is that the government owes “only” $20 trillion. (In reality, it’s much more.) But luckily, Myth 10 is that there’s no way to fix this problem…
Organized interest groups are able to control a lot of policy making, even if most people in the unorganized public disagree with them.
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