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  • Mitt Romney's Terrible Timing

    30 January 2015, 11:54 am by: David A. Graham

    For the third campaign in a row, the former Massachusetts governor was in the right place at the wrong time.
  • It Takes a Village: The Rise of Community-Driven Infrastructure

    30 January 2015, 11:28 am by: Greta Byrum

    Networks of local residents can solve challenges more cheaply, quickly, and effectively than massive public-works projects.
  • The Republican Congress Meets Reality

    30 January 2015, 7:30 am by: Molly Ball

    One month in, all those campaign promises about making Congress work are turning out to be difficult for the GOP to keep.
  • Israeli Ambassador: Netanyahu Never Meant to Disrespect Obama

    30 January 2015, 7:00 am by: Jeffrey Goldberg

    Ron Dermer answers questions about John Boehner and Iran.
  • Michael Hayden's Hollow Constitution

    30 January 2015, 6:00 am by: Conor Friedersdorf

    In a recent speech, the former NSA director argued that what constitutes a reasonable search under the 4th Amendment changed on September 11, 2001.
  • Marriage Equality Without Equivocation

    29 January 2015, 6:38 pm by: Garrett Epps

    Unless the Supreme Court firmly declares that gay couples deserve equal protection, it risks encouraging state-level obstruction.
  • The Sophisticated Bigotry of Bobby Jindal

    29 January 2015, 4:53 pm by: Peter Beinart

    The Louisiana governor wants Christians to stand apart from secular society, but condemns Muslims who do the same.
  • Liberals and the Illiberal Left

    29 January 2015, 2:57 pm by: David Frum

    When Democrats don't stand up to political correctness, they surrender control of their party to its most extreme elements.
  • Keep Andrew Sullivan's Site Alive

    29 January 2015, 11:37 am by: Conor Friedersdorf

    After building a massive audience for The Dish, he shared his platform with lesser-known writers and readers. That digital community should survive.
  • The Rich, the Poor, and Whether Tax Policies Live or Die

    29 January 2015, 11:17 am by: James Kwak

    Obama's failed proposal to eliminate 529 plans illustrates the current state of American taxation: Reforms that benefit the middle class at the expense of the wealthy will never pass.
  • Scott Walker Isn't Sorry

    29 January 2015, 10:15 am by: Peter Beinart

    The Wisconsin governor concedes nothing to his critics, and Republican voters are embracing his message.
  • When Reasonable Doubt Is Lethal

    29 January 2015, 9:00 am by: Matt Ford

    How should the states scrutinize claims of mental disability by death-row inmates?
  • Before Net Neutrality: The Surprising 1940s Battle for Radio Freedom

    29 January 2015, 8:20 am by: Victor Pickard

    To fully understand what’s at stake in the fight over the future of the Internet, you have to revisit another era.
  • How Obama Has Left Red States Deeper in the Red

    29 January 2015, 8:00 am by: David A. Graham

    Budgets in conservative states have been cut much more than in liberal or swing states.
  • An Attorney General by Any Other Name

    28 January 2015, 4:40 pm by: Russell Berman

    Loretta Lynch promised to repair the Justice Department's toxic relationship with the GOP. That might be enough to get her the job.
  • Revenge of the Upper Middle Class

    28 January 2015, 11:37 am by: Russell Berman

    President Obama scrapped his plan to tax college-saving accounts amid claims that it would hurt more than just the 1 percent.
  • Robin Hood in Reverse

    28 January 2015, 10:50 am by: Noah Gordon

    State and local taxes in the United States take the most from those who have the least, undermining efforts to redress inequality.
  • On a Stanford Man Who Alleged a Sexual Assault

    28 January 2015, 6:00 am by: Conor Friedersdorf

    He insists that a female classmate is guilty of the transgression—and that she shouldn't be expelled.
  • How Republicans Learned to Love Litigation

    27 January 2015, 4:04 pm by: Russell Berman

    Speaker Boehner is again turning to the courts to do what he couldn't do in Congress: stop President Obama.
  • Pravda on the Plains: Indiana's New Propaganda Machine

    27 January 2015, 12:11 pm by: David A. Graham

    From the White House to the Midwest, American politicians are creating—and favoring—state-sponsored media in lieu of the free press.

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