May 2016 Archive

Donald Trump and Chris Christie, the Twin Villains of Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Earlier this month, at the very moment Donald Trump was naming Chris Christie to head a still-theoretical presidential transition team, Bill ...

On the (running) trail with Tom Cotton

Until he was 25, Tom Cotton never considered himself a runner. Then he found out how fast President George W. Bush could run a 5K. ...

Dems fear Obama immigration raids could hurt Latino turnout

Donald Trump and his incendiary immigration rhetoric was supposed to send Latino voters to the polls in droves for Democrats this fall. But the Obama ...

Can the World Survive A Perpetually Combative President Trump?

Can a perpetually combative man who—despite his career successes (or perhaps because of them)—sees life as a series of fights to be won, scores to ...

Sanders cheers Warriors' comeback

Once Bernie Sanders got in, it was a slam dunk. The basketball game, that is. After a campaign event Monday in California, the Democratic presidential ...

Congress seeks to strengthen U.S.-Taiwan military alliance amid China aggression

The United States is required by law to go to war to defend Taiwan if communist China invades — an alliance that conjures up visions ...

Australia, long tied to China by 'fear and greed,' boosts defense amid increased skepticism

CANBERRA, Australia — For more than two decades, Australia has danced a delicate two-step with the United States and its longtime Pacific allies on one ...

Catfish inspection program costing taxpayers millions, tough to kill

The way Congress’ chief watchdog describes it, the government’s plan to set up a new catfish inspection process is one of the clearest examples of ...

Donald Trump rally protests backfire as anti-American images push undecided voters his way

The ugly protest scenes outside Donald Trump’s rallies are doing more damage to the protesters than to Mr. Trump’s political chances, according to analysts who ...

Inside the Beltway: Donald Trump sets the military vet fundraising record straight

For months the press has offered catty speculations about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump‘s efforts to raise money for military veterans and wounded warriors. Since ...

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