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John Flannery buys easy comparisons by beating down the share price.
Voters promised a virtuous revolution get coal and high prices instead.
The charges were thin against the Iran deal’s main Democratic critic.
Restoring an important Senate courtesy to its rightful purpose.
The tempestuous president is overseeing a principled, far-reaching reform of agencies that had exceeded their constitutional writ.
Evidence that supports the accused is supposed to be turned over to the defense. Ted Stevens would know.
Such advocacy fails to provide direct and tangible benefits to individuals in need.
Jurors couldn’t reach a verdict, but the bribery trial was no vindication for the senator from New Jersey.
How to satisfy his tax concerns and ease the blue-state blues.
He laid down some important markers on his Asia tour.
There are 3,671 domestic listings today, down from 7,322 in 1996. Investors can feel the difference.
The Bolshevik revolution helped disfigure the country’s economic imagination.
They booked large orders and then canceled at the last minute, which pushed electric prices up by 20%.
Governing from Kabul has never been successful. The U.S. should look to local institutions.
Tax reform passes the House, thanks to the support of 11 Golden State Republicans.
Renewed space exploration could spark humanity’s spiritual reawakening.
The Senate grills a judicial nominee, Don Willett, about his corny tweets.
This tribune of the common folk and their earnest ways allegedly preyed on the unprotected.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus rejects Cuban-American legislator.
A mob kept disrupting a speaker I invited to campus. The president calls that a success.