USA Today /
Kimmel wants the government to work like a Trump building in New York

The late-night comics look at all things Trump in Best of Late Night         

USA Today /
Kimmel wants government to work like Trump building in New York

The late-night comics look at all things Trump in Best of Late Night. Watch our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at usatoday.com/opinion.         

USA Today /
I'm quitting the Trump #Resistance. I'd rather put my energy into building good things.

I was a Trump Resistance leader. But after a violent political encounter and a near-death experience, I'd rather help people rebuild homes and ...

USA Today /
What changed from Anita Hill to Christine Ford? Capitol Hill bathrooms, believe it or not

Restroom progress shows institutions have accommodated female bodies. We need more progress for them to believe the lived experiences of those ...

The Wall Street Journal /
Mnuchin's Saudi Pullout

On Jamal Khashoggi, Trump officials need to speak to American values as well as interests.

The Wall Street Journal /
Trump's Drug Price Bust

HHS follows the Obama method: set policy first, find statute later.

The Wall Street Journal /
Jack Lew's Last Defeat

Treasury takes Prudential off the too-big-to-fail list.

The Wall Street Journal /
Will Pakistan Execute a 53-Year-Old Woman for Being Christian?

Even her offense isn’t clear. It’s considered blasphemous to discuss ‘blasphemous’ comments.

The Wall Street Journal /
A Long Way From the Arsenal of Democracy

From Saudi arms sales to ‘Horseface,’ the weirdness of the Trump presidency never seems to let up.

The Wall Street Journal /
Smiling at Corruption

Democrats try to save Bob Menendez months after his bipartisan admonishment.

The Wall Street Journal /
ISIS Overlooks a Synagogue in Mosul

In the heart of the old city, a local historian discovered strange Hebrew inscriptions.

The Wall Street Journal /
Leaf Blowers Are Loud, Ugly and Dangerous

The fumes increase the risk of cancer and heart disease.

USA Today /
Pay teachers what America owes them — respect and higher salaries

Teachers help today’s children become tomorrow’s leaders and engines of economic growth. Yet the average teacher makes $58,950 a year: Our view         

USA Today /
Reality doesn’t support paying teachers more

Wages for most workers have barely budged in decades, writes Loyd Eskildson, former chief deputy in an Arizona superintendent’s office.         

Politico /
The President Is Not Above the Law

The Supreme Court once rejected Bill Clinton’s claim of presidential immunity. Courts should now do the same with Donald Trump.

USA Today /
What DNA reveals about Trump: Today's Toon

        

The Wall Street Journal /
Trump Fears the Fed

And history says that he should.

USA Today /
Noah: Canada doesn't need legal recreational weed. We do!

Yet another thing the U.S. will envy about Canada. The comics tell us all about it in Best of Late ...

USA Today /
Noah: Canada doesn't need legal recreational weed. We do!

The comics tell us all about pot in Canada in Best of Late Night. Take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at usatoday.com/opinion.         

USA Today /
Let Mueller finish Russia investigation, it's most consequential in 30 years: Thornburgh

Special counsels are reserved for investigations of great consequence, such as Russia's attack on US elections. We need a full accounting from Mueller.         

USA Today /
'Medicare for All' isn't the answer. We need a basic health care safety net for all.

Mandatory Medicare for All won't work. We need a basic government health safety net plus private insurance for those who want it. More choice, not less.         

USA Today /
Democrats are giving up on white men. That's a big mistake.

Democrats have failed to convince working men that the party represents their interests. White men are hurting, and Democrats should ...

USA Today /
Elizabeth Warren's 'part' Cherokee claim is a joke, and a racist insult to Natives like me

There is nothing innocent about a white woman claiming her ancestors experienced genocide. Democrats that tone deaf can't represent people of ...

The Wall Street Journal /
Growth Is on the Ballot

Democrats may use the 2019 debt-limit debate to prod Trump to raise tax rates.

The Wall Street Journal /
Bezos Bucks the Bullies

The Amazon CEO says patriotism matters more than political fashion.

The Wall Street Journal /
Bad Bedside Manner in Massachusetts

Nurse-to-patient ratios would drive up costs and cut health-care access.

The Wall Street Journal /
Indonesia's President Suddenly Looks Vulnerable

A slowdown in economic growth leads to a competitive 2019 election.

The Wall Street Journal /
What Is Elizabeth Warren?

Conventional wisdom says the DNA report backfired on the senator. Maybe not.

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