House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has withstood challenges to her leadership from her own party. But with the calculus changed in Trump’s Washington, even a blue wave in November wouldn’t give her a sure thing.
We demonize sharks for thrills in Hollywood movies like new “The Meg” and classic “Jaws.” But some shark species are being fished to extinction for the fins, a delicacy in China. Your fin soup is their demise.
Watch for the Democratic split to deepen and widen as the party’s 2020 presidential wannabes, likely an even larger field than the 17 contenders Republicans struggled with in 2016, begin their public maneuvering.
Florida’s dirty beaches are on sale, but swim at your own risk. Gov. Rick Scott’s environmental policies have ruined summer. Sea-lice-infested algae covers sands. Deadly red tide washes ashore dead fish and sea creatures. Feces in water.
What does it cost to have a baby in the United States? American health care, with prices set in secret, can confuse the most aware consumers - even an Idaho Statesman health care reporter with good insurance.
In recordings obtained by CNN of immigration court proceedings at Port Isabel Detention Center in Los Fresnos, Texas, separated mothers beg for the return of children and asylum hearings are shorter than a fast-food run. No due process.
Speaking in South Africa, former President Barack Obama gave those who care a peek into the evolution of America’s newest elder statesman. Like Trump, he doesn’t have a limited opinion of himself, nor is he shy.
Every U.S. president for the past quarter-century has thought he could improve relations with Russia. Now comes Putin’s first formal summit meeting with President Trump next week in Finland. What should we to expect and worry about?
Harsh rhetoric, humiliation, and disdain both for true patriots and America’s partners alone will not revive the American Century, but can singularly work to divide our nation, destroy our reputation, and dissipate our global leadership.
One of the more serious problems with America’s current fixation on instant gratification is its indulgence in instant outrage. Most Americans weren’t born by 1969, so, they think today’s civic rudeness is unprecedented. It’s not.