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Maybe he’s fine and it’s the White House staff that has cognitive challenges.
The Justices can block an unconstitutional tax on appreciated assets in Moore v. U.S.
Students discuss why many of their peers seem so keen to turn away from free markets.
The Senator gives up his military promotion blockade in an abortion fight he was always going to lose.
The House loses another Republican who knows something about economics.
The tiny state near Ukraine is next on the Kremlin menu.
Too many migrants are entering illegally, but the system for legal admissions has broken down as well.
The real rate is 2.5%, but the Census Bureau inflates it by excluding most social-welfare benefits.
A French philosopher and filmmaker embeds with troops, says Biden could turn the war for Kyiv.
‘There’s a phenomenon I call ‘censorship envy’ . . . It’s just a reflection of what I think is human nature.’
Top US college leaders were grilled by lawmakers over their efforts to curb antisemitism on campus.
Where’s the military buildup that may be our last chance to save the peace?
Voters think things are out of control. He will reassure some and terrify others.
College students don’t know, yet they agree with the slogan.
Standards in reading, maths and science among 15-year-olds have declined over the long-term, research suggests.
The UK progresses slightly in OECD education rankings - but food-poverty levels are above average.
Wales' scores are the UK's lowest, and the results gap has widened in reading, maths and science.
Republicans want to get Democrats on record on the costly rules.
Unions hope the new left state court will overturn the famous labor law.
A new report measures public union cash flow to Democrats nationwide.