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The Justices are right to rule on Trump’s immunity claim even if it delays a trial.
The search giant’s woke Gemini AI fiasco shows the company’s vulnerability to AI competitors.
The state’s latest House redistricting map helps Democrats, but less than Republicans feared.
The President reverses U.S. policy to turn up the heat on Jerusalem.
The U.S. could learn from Canada’s example of wise investment.
His mastery of vote counting made him an unusually effective Senate leader.
A Vatican City-style arrangement for Al-Aqsa could stave off Tehran’s aggression.
A formidable literary critic turns to American politics and society and delivers dire warnings, partisan platitudes and thundering cliché.
The D.C. Circuit’s ruling was so sweeping that it posed a danger to our constitutional democracy.
Democrats have fresh faces with antiquated ideas. When Trump is gone, what will be the alternative?
As we head for another Trump-Biden race, the doctors are fleeing the congressional asylum.
An AI boom in the private economy throws a lifeline to the U.S. president, while China’s leadership flails.
Trump wins but lags his polls, and a Biden protest campaign gets 100,000 votes.
Trump wouldn’t have won in 2016 if the GOP leader hadn’t kept open Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat.
Juneau Republicans want to restore New Jersey-style retirement benefits.
Rioters attack Jewish students, and leaders claim to be helpless.
Putin is determined to crush democracy in Moldova too.
Republicans should enjoy the march to the nomination. It could be the high point.
Voters will have to decide which is worse, feeble old Biden or angry old Trump.
After four decades, my youthful sound track loses its edge.