By Jason Samenow – The Washington Post.
This spring, political officials at the Environmental Protection Agency removed the agency’s climate change website, one of the world’s top resources for information on the science and effects of climate change.
To … Read more »
The Editorial Board – New York Times.
President Trump didn’t even have the guts to do the job himself. Instead, he hid in the shadows and sent his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to do the dirty work of telling the
By NICOLE PERLROTH – The New York Times.
The story started, as many do, with our own confusion.
The most unusual of presidential elections — one marred by Russian trolls, a digital Watergate-style break-in and the winning candidate’s dire warnings
By NICOLE PERLROTH, MICHAEL WINES and MATTHEW ROSENBERG – The New York Times.
The calls started flooding in from hundreds of irate North Carolina voters just after 7 a.m. on Election Day last November.
Dozens were told they were … Read more »
By Andrew Keh – The New York Times.
MUNICH — The gray space is carved directly into a grassy hillside, evoking an open wound.
In this way, the Munich 1972 Massacre Memorial, set to open on Sept. 6, is emblematic
Russian-born real estate developer Felix Sater encouraged then-candidate to consider opportunity before talks collapsed on eve of January 2016 primaries
Carol D. Leonnig, Tom Hamburger, Rosalind S. Helderman – The Independent.
While Donald Trump was running for President … Read more »
This article first appeared on RobertReich.org.
Dear Trump voter,
If you voted for Donald Trump, I get it. Maybe you feel you’ve been so badly shafted by the system that you didn’t want to go back to politics as usual, … Read more »
The Independent – Jon Sharman
‘It no longer takes a psychiatrist to recognise the alarming patterns of impulsive, reckless, and narcissistic behaviour,’ group claims.
A group of psychiatrists has written to Congress to warn Donald Trump poses a “clear and … Read more »
By Nicholas Kristof – The New York Times.
What happens when the people of a great nation gradually realize that their leader may not be, er, quite right in the head?
When Caligula became Roman emperor in A.D. 37, the