Opinion | The Court Won’t End Election Anarchy

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to rein in last year’s judicial rewrite of Pennsylvania election law, despite three dissenting

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Opinion | Why Cuomo Should Be Worried About a Federal Probe

The Cuomo administration’s alleged misreporting of nursing-home deaths in New York is serious, perhaps meriting federal criminal charges. On March

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Opinion | Biden’s Immigration Opportunity

Partisans on both sides during the Trump Presidency used immigration to bludgeon each other, but President Biden has a fresh

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Opinion | Is Greta Thunberg Conspiring Against India’s Tea?

Do Western ideas threaten India’s rise? Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems to think so. In a speech in Parliament last

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Opinion | What Did Democrats Want From Impeachment?

In the space of less than 72 hours, congressional Democrats called for witnesses to be heard in the second impeachment

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Opinion | Trump’s Non-Vindication

The Senate failed Saturday to convict Donald Trump on the single House impeachment article of inciting an insurrection, but the

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Opinion | The Herold of Lawsuits to Come

The White House has been cleaning cabinet agencies of Trump appointees, which is fair enough, but one rehire in particular

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Opinion | A Vote to Acquit Trump Is a Vote for a Lie

The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump has been a rout for the pro-impeachment side. They made the case through

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Opinion | The Trump Impeachment Evidence

Whether a former President ought to be subject to an impeachment trial is a matter of constitutional debate. Whether it’s

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Opinion | Leaving Afghanistan the Right Way

October will mark 20 years since the U.S. invaded Afghanistan to eliminate al Qaeda sanctuaries and its Taliban sponsors, and

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