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The decision that the British just made was an act of courage — the courage of a people who embrace their freedom.
The Supreme Court saw Texas’ dishonest anti-abortion law for what it is: an effort to end legal abortion.
The loyalty culture and the flavor of the working-class rebellion.
The British are going. Arthur C. Brooks and Gail Collins ask what it means for populists and secessionists at home and abroad.
The E.U. is flawed. But the dream is noble and still worth the fight. It did not deserve to be trashed by hucksters.
Without rhetorical flourishes, the Supreme Court forecloses the strategy of closing down clinics in the supposed aim of protecting women’s health.
The liberals outlaw nearly any state abortion regulation.
The anti-Trump and anti-Brexit forces share a snobbery toward ordinary voters.
Tired of being ignored in favor of liberal grievances, the middle clings to the one thing that keeps them relevant: their vote.
Using Hollywood’s methods to make young Westerners think they’re starring in a ‘Hero’s Journey.’
The Leave leaders will need to explain that many of the U.K.’s economic ills are made at home, not the EU.
Plus, Islamic State’s new recruiting campaign.
Updates on California politics: Legislative rules would change under November ballot measure, Rep. Janice Hahn brings home the gun violence sit-in June 28, 2016, 12:26 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: An initiative...
Hillary Clinton on the Benghazi report: 'It's time to move on' June 28, 2016, 12:19 p.m. Donald Trump heads to the Rust Belt for a speech on trade, while Hillary Clinton will campaign in Los Angeles. Benghazi report slams Obama administration response but is unlikely to be seen as nonpartisan investigation...
Two explosions have rocked Istanbul's Ataturk airport, wounding multiple people, a Turkish official said Tuesday. It was unclear whether the explosions were caused by bombs or a suicide attack, the official said. The official spoke on condition of anonymity in line with government protocol. The...
Northern-style tacos with grilled meat and flour tortillas are the coming uptown thing in the Los Angeles taco universe. Expect to hear a lot more from us in the next several weeks on Sonoratown, Sonoritas and especially Salazar, whose chef Esdras Ochoa may have jump-started the norteño trend at...
Mongolians vote in parliamentary elections Wednesday with sentiment weighed by a sharp downturn in the landlocked Asian nation's crucial mining sector, rising unemployment and political disillusionment. The Democratic Party could lose its majority in parliament, known as the State Great Khural,...
Hillary Clinton on the Benghazi report: 'It's time to move on' June 28, 2016, 12:19 p.m. Donald Trump heads to the Rust Belt for a speech on trade, while Hillary Clinton will campaign in Los Angeles. Benghazi report slams Obama administration response but is unlikely to be seen as nonpartisan investigation...
Across the planet, the fight to help wild animals survive against human encroachment usually produces predictable results: People win. Animals lose. That's why the comeback of the monarch butterfly in Mexico, or the resurgence of wild tigers in Asia, inspires headlines and hopes that conservationists...
Millions of Americans take statins to cut their risk of heart disease. Study after study has shown these drugs, introduced in the late 1980s, to be effective. But how do they function? For years researchers believed that statins worked by lowering cholesterol in the blood. Over the decades the...
The only thing we like more than a good debate is resolving one: The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls are the best NBA team of all time. Swish. But we're not just about pretty shots here. We believe in playing defense, too, in this case protecting the Bulls' legacy in the face of a challenge by the rising...
In today's world, the threats we face are constantly changing, and the government's ability to keep America safe relies on its capacity to adapt quickly to these new and evolving threats. In the years following 9/11, the U.S. made significant changes to our intelligence and law enforcement capabilities...
Two weeks ago, the Chicago Teachers Union hosted a rally designed to gin up support for a potential teacher strike. The rally included closing remarks from a teacher — not a union member because she teaches at a private school — who yelled into the microphone, "F--- the police, f--- CPD, f--- the...
What about Mike Madigan? Those four words sum up the bulk of the critical responses to my column Wednesday, in which I argued that Bruce Rauner has been an epic failure as governor of Illinois. If Rauner deserves an F for his first 15 months in office — a highly polarized time in which the state's...
On Monday, he split with conservative colleagues on another key ruling, this time on abortion.
The spirit of Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter has infected House Democrats.
Wake up, world. First you figure out what shape you want your new regime to have; only then do you get rid of the old one.
The vote could help trigger a resolution in Syria and ease NATO-Russia tensions.
But with few revelations, the House Select Committee is under pressure to prove its worth.
Although justices found the Bob McDonnell case ‘distasteful,’ they leave watchdogging largely to voters
This case was about a brazen, overreaching Obama Justice Department.   
The late-night comics use Brexit to show what could happen if the country goes the way of Trump.   
The Supreme Court unmasked Texas' bogus health laws on abortion as an illegal burden.   
The right-to-life movement will continue to move forward.   
The U.S. should already be establishing a working relationship with the UK.   
No different than networks hiring Democratic insiders.   
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