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Can a U.S election be rigged for $150,000?
A rate increase in December looks increasingly likely.
Reconciliation is possible, but the country will have to overcome at least five major challenges.
After Tar Heels overhauled their code in 2013, the economy went on a tear—and so did state revenue.
Graham-Cassidy is not perfect, but it creates a competition of ideas and gives power back to states.
Critics of Trumpian rhetoric live outside the range of Kim’s missiles—for now.
Start with Rand Paul. Can he vote ‘no’ on Graham-Cassidy after voting ‘yes’ in July?
Membership has its privileges—spying, money laundering and illicit procurement.
A Senate budget deal creates more space for cutting tax rates.
Merkel’s campaign coasts on a mood of public complacency.
Clinton describes a meeting with Putin.
Why the intelligence community was so eager to flog Trump-Russia innuendo.
The polemicist attributes Trump’s election to ‘white supremacy,’ and liberals can’t get enough.
A bracing call on North Korea but a cramped view of ‘sovereignty.’
A Brookings survey finds college students are clueless about free speech.
Congress needs to learn how the FBI meddled in the 2016 campaign.
Congress shouldn’t repeat the errors that killed the plan to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Queries about an official’s faith have been answered before—by JFK and others.
Trump’s HHS seeks to encourage health-care competition.
The regime executed an estimated 30,000 people. Their ‘trials’ usually lasted minutes.