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The Great Stephanopoulos Mess by Jack Shafer. Former Clintonland insider George Stephanopoulos, who has excelled at both politics and journalism, appears to have failed both professions with a single transgression. As my POLITICO colleague Dylan Byers reported today, ABC News’ […]


Marco Rubio’s Problematic Pillar by Peegy Noonan. Hillary Clinton continues her silent glide toward the White House. The Republican candidates make themselves available almost every day, get pressed, grilled and occasionally cuffed around. Since announcing a month ago Mrs. Clinton […]


Corporate Welfare Is Draining Baltimore by Lester Spence. On May 4, Stephen Curry, deadeye starting point guard for the Golden State Warriors, was named the 2015 National Basketball Association MVP. In honor of his award, Baltimore-based athletic gear firm Under […]


Highways Gutted American Cities. So Why Did They Build Them? by Joseph Stromberg. There was once a time when most Americans took streetcars to work every day. Nowadays, 85 percent of workers drive. And although a few different factors fueled […]


This Angry Arab Momentby Roger Cohen. When Amr Moussa, the former secretary general of the Arab League, spoke here of the Arab world’s humiliation by three non-Arab states — Iran, Israel and Turkey — and the way they had, through […]


11 Recurring Mistakes in the Debate over The “Historical Adam” by Peter Enns. See here.