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Republicans argued that impeachment witnesses refused to let Trump set foreign policy. But falling in line to serve Trump’s political interests isn’t part of the job.
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We sometimes characterize the law as a clear set of rules, but the law isn’t always so straightforward. This is as true of DACA as it was for slavery.
Student journalists at Northwestern University apologized for printing the names and photos of student protesters. They shouldn’t have.
Trump administration’s proposed rules changes are designed to deter immigrants legally in the U.S. from becoming citizens. Application fees would jump.
The college admissions scandal uncovered illegalities. The question is not whether but how frequently money should influence admissions decisions.
The new state labor law for contractors may cause publishers to avoid California-based freelance writers.
Veterans Day is for the living, not the dead, so support our veterans by learning more about the wars they are fighting with no victory in sight.
Among homeless, a small minority of the severely mentally ill could be best served in public mental health hospitals that offer more intensive care.
All presidential elections are uniquely consequential, but a good case can be made that the next one is the most important of our lives. The time has come to undo the great mistake of 2016 and drive Trump out of office at the ballot box.
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