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5 town halls on CNN, yet no clue whether any of the candidates is capable of getting things done: Today's talker

'Here's what would be more helpful: Town halls that give Americans an opportunity to see who's capable of bipartisanship,' says Nancy Jacobson.         

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Noah shows redacted 'Avengers: End Game' movie trailer in Best of Late Night

It opens on Friday and there have already been spoilers released and social media posts calling it "epic." Late-night comics give a few sneak peaks.         

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Noah shows redacted 'Avengers' movie trailer

It opens on Friday and there have already been spoilers and social media posts calling it "epic." Vote for your favorite joke in Best of Late ...

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Disinformation is the new barrier to measles vaccines, and it's deadly: Rosalynn Carter

We fought 30 years ago to make people aware of the need for vaccines and to make them accessible and affordable. We're fighting a different ...

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Joe Biden’s Toughest 2020 Opponent Is Joe Biden

How he runs against his past—on crime, on integration, on Anita Hill—will determine whether he is a strong front-runner or a weak one.

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Trump Isn’t Just Reversing Obama’s Foreign Policies. He’s Making it Impossible for His Successor to Go Back to Them.

How the administration will fundamentally damage U.S. national interests for years to come.

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America is at a gay rights crossroads, thanks to Pete Buttigieg and the Supreme Court

A married gay man running for president, and that's not disqualifying? Six months ago, I’d have said, 'No way, no gay.' Mayor Pete changed my mind.         

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Don't add Census citizenship question. It would damage all our daily lives for decades.

The Census affects jobs, traffic and class size as well as federal spending and political representation. Don't mess it up with bad information.         

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‘Nothing wrong’ with taking Russian information

Other views about special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference.         

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Colbert reveals what got Trump his Electoral College victory

The Mueller report gives a few more clues than expected in Best of Late Night.         

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Colbert on secret to Trump Electoral College win

The Mueller report gives a few more clues than expected in Best of Late Night. Vote for your favorite joke at ...

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Mueller report: Donald Trump collusion conspiracy theories are now exposed. Will they end?

After two years of mass hysteria afflicting a huge portion of our political class, the cognitive dissonance after the Mueller report is ...

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On Earth Day, let's restore bipartisanship on the environment: Feingold and Thompson

Our environment, economy and health depend on conserving natural resources. We disagree on a lot, but we both believe Americans must be good stewards.         

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Earth Day: Fighting climate change requires political collaboration and immediate action

This Earth Day, we remember those who started a movement. Today we need to work together to end climate change for our planet. There's no Planet B.         

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Barr's Mueller report rollout was disgraceful. I can't believe it but I miss Jeff Sessions.

Barr's reputation is as battered as Trump's. Sessions at least had one redeeming feature: He tried to maintain the Justice Department's independence.         

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Reagan’s Supply-Side Warriors Blaze a Comeback Under Trump

Like perms, Members Only jackets and Duran Duran, their economic theories were big in the go-go 1980s. Now they're back.

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What would Republicans do with a Mueller report? Build an impeachment case.

The Trump administration is driving us toward a constitutional showdown that threatens the very checks and balances Republicans used to ...

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Freedom of Information Act wasn't created to shine a light on private parties

Store-level SNAP sales data will not illuminate government’s activities, writes Leslie Sarasin, president and CEO of the Food Marketing ...

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Tell USA TODAY: What was an overlooked sign in a toxic relationship you can point to now?

Join the national conversation by sending us a letter at letters@usatoday.com for a chance to get your thoughts published at USA TODAY.         

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My stepfather killed my mother, but he shouldn't die for it. I want to save his life.

Don Johnson has become one of my last connections to my mother, and his execution, scheduled for May 16, will not feel like justice to me.         

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Mueller report: Donald Trump failed us as commander-in-chief

A president who takes seriously his oath would be in shock to realize the astonishing level of penetration of his inner circle by agents of Russia.         

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‘When Deported, You Become Nothing’

New York has been a refuge for many fleeing the violence and poverty of Puebla, Mexico. Here’s what it’s like to have to go home.

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Mueller report: A corrupt, unpatriotic president, a stark impeachment choice for Democrats

We have to decide if we're willing to go on with a president who was elected with Russian help and tried 10 times to obstruct a probe into ...

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Mueller report offers road map on obstruction. Despite Barr, Congress may use it.

If Congress punts, Trump could face obstruction charges from a future attorney general. The statute of limitations lasts until at least January ...

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Yes, Kim Kardashian West wants to be a lawyer. And that's only a good thing.

She used her status to free inmates and push reform. Slamming the celebrity mogul's efforts doesn't make people woke, it makes them ...

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6 of our top opinion pieces this week: ICYMI

From the release of the Muller report to Pete Buttigieg's campaign to criminal justice reforms, here are some of our top columns this week.         

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The Mueller investigation: If Donald Trump didn't break the law, he surely bent it

If the president didn't obstruct justice, it wasn't for a lack of trying: Our view         

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Easter question: What can Christians on the left and right do about the evil of our world?

See sin for what it is — mosque shootings, Catholic sex abuse, college admissions scandal, hate tweets — and dare to live a new world into being.         

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