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Fallon talks about the Santa walk of shame in Best of Late Night

Bet you didn't think drinking and climate change could have an impact on Santa. They do. Find out how in today's webisode.         

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Our fresh takes on policing this week

News and opinion from outlets across the country culled by Policing the USA         

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Trump-Mueller showdown will be a historic test of America's institutions and rule of law

If Justice Department guidelines allowed it, Mueller no doubt would have already indicted Trump. The net is closing in now on family and ...

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Wrap It Up, Mr. Mueller

Democratic dilemma: Impeach Trump for lying about sex?

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All the FBI's Documents

Trump rages about Comey but he still won’t release FBI records.

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The GOP's Food-Stamp Failure

Pat Roberts kills even modest work rules in the farm bill.

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The Presidency Can Add Years to Your Life

No president since Nixon has died before reaching his 90s.

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'Investing for Good' Meets the Law

A fiduciary can’t escape the obligation to invest for the client’s best returns.

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No New Nafta Until Tariffs Have Been Lifted

Trump made a promise, and Congress should hold him accountable for it.

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The Trump Boom Is No Mere 'Sugar High'

The tax cuts primed the productive economy for long-term growth, not a short-term buzz.

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China's deadliest export to America: fentanyl

Whether President Donald Trump's meeting with President Xi Jinping results in meaningful progress remains an open question: Our ...

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China and America should avoid blaming each other on fentanyl

What people are saying about President Donald Trump's meeting with President Xi Jinping.         

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Broken laws, Russia negotiations: Can Trump presidency survive latest court filings?

Russian negotiator offered 'political synergy.' Translation: the Moscow Project will bring you wealth and power, which you can use to help Russia.         

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Too Soon for Democrats To Dump Elizabeth Warren?

If lack of authenticity is the problem, 2020 primary voters may wish to consider their alternatives.

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The Anti-Bill Gates

How do poor countries get rich? Not with World Bank help but by unleashing the talents of the poor, says Bill Easterly, an economist who defies the philanthropic consensus.

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Vote Fraud Shouldn't Be Easy

The GOP’s Mark Harris won in North Carolina by 905 votes—or did he?

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The Merkel Extension

Germany’s largest party gives the Chancellor a little more time.

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Is Airwave Nimbyism Holding Back 5G?

The GPS industry has been keeping spectrum hostage for a decade.

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Let the Sun Shine In on the Art Business

Subjective pricing and a tradition of anonymity make it attractive to money launderers.

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For $8.41 in Unpaid Taxes, the Government Took Uri Rafaeli's House

How Michigan misuses a procedure meant to target pirate ships and drug lords’ mansions.

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All the Taxes in France

Even before the fuel tax, France had the highest burden in the West.

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Barr a surprisingly conventional choice for attorney general — and a big improvement over Whitaker

Vet William Barr for AG, but keep in mind the alternative is Matthew Whitaker: Our View         

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Fallon reveals Trump's Hanukkah blunder in Best of Late Night

Why did the White House host two Hanukkah parties? A logical explanation in today's webisode! Vote for your favorite ...

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How to turn down political heat on Supreme Court and federal judges: Stop signing opinions

Opinions are routinely issued 'by the court' instead of a specific author. More of this would reduce political noise, encourage analysis on ...

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Pearl Harbor created the 'Greatest Generation.' Out of it came men like George H.W. Bush

The 77th anniversary of Pearl Harbor coincides with the death of George H.W. Bush. As his generation disappears, our country's future is ...

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North Carolina Republicans are national models for election fraud and abuses of power

Absentee ballot fraud scheme is latest chapter in the NC GOP history of undermining democracy. As other states follow its lead, it must be stopped.         

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History Gives George Bush His Due

As America’s mystique has faded, we’ve grown to miss the skill and steadiness we once took for granted.

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Pompeo's Tough Questions

The Secretary of State riles Europe by stating unpopular realities.

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