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According to a recently declassified Justice Department white paper, the president can serve as judge, jury and executioner.
The Roberts court has expanded First Amendment protections to such an extent that strikes, pickets, and boycotts should be protected as free speech.
The 52,000 unaccompanied children who have shown up at the border are fleeing gang violence and have valid claims to asylum.
As the online behemoth strengthens its monopoly over the marketplace, publishers, like bookstores, are in a fight for survival.
The architects of our foreign-policy disasters would prefer we simply forget the past.
A reporter’s journey involves writing with a sense of history and without false consolation.
The collapse of the housing market cost Americans $16 trillion. But the banks that caused it are getting away with a slap on the wrist.
Thanks to the militarization and expansion of the “border” region, 197 million Americans now live within the jurisdiction of US Customs and Border Patrol.
While President Peña Nieto celebrates the Aztec Tiger, Mexico’s cartels reach deeper into the legal economy.
For Nadine Gordimer in 1983, the arts in South Africa were simply “the sum of various states of alienation.”
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