You'd think there's less fools in this world.
The president* shoved you aside for someone who'll tell him what he wants to hear? Get out of town!
And he has made whoever he nominates to the Supreme Court an accomplice in that effort.
Brett Hankison will stand trial for firing into the apartment next door. No one will stand trial in the death of Breonna Taylor.
It certainly applies to Cal Cunningham, the Democrat taking on Senator Thom Tillis in North Carolina.
The hazier the details, the less there is for fact-checkers to grab hold of.
Even a landslide win by Joe Biden is not safe, and not all of the action will take place in the polite confines of a courthouse.
He lost a full vote of the Senate with the help of six Republican senators who believed his views were too extreme.
William Barr's Department of Justice is a rogue agency.
Here's the latest episode of that long-running serial drama, As The Romney Spins.
For all the talk of extricating ourselves from "forever wars," we will always leave things behind.
You would think that Hans von Spakovsky's portfolio as a voting-rights "expert" would be rendered confetti by now.
The associate justice of the Supreme Court, whose career runs parallel to that of Justice Thurgood Marshall, is dead at 87.
The president* crowns himself "the best thing that ever happened to Puerto Rico."
It is beyond doubt that the current president has "failed to put his nation's interests first."
There are biblical things happening in the deserts of New Mexico.