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Time magazine made the right choice. We'd be a poor society without journalists: Today's talker

Time's criteria is the person or persons who 'most affected the news and our lives, for good or ill, and embodied what was important about the year.'         

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Colbert: 'I'd like to ... officially throw my hat in the ring' for chief of staff

Who should take over now that John Kelly is leaving? The comics have some ideas in Best of Late Night.         

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Republicans are rigging democracy. We will fix it, with or without them: Lujan & Sarbanes

Republicans are rigging the rules in their favor. Our first bill as a House majority will reform ethics and campaign money laws and make voting ...

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A tale of two Michael Cohens: Sentencing memos paint opposite portraits of Trump ex-lawyer

Michael Cohen’s sentencing is at hand. I'd advise him to bring a toothbrush to court Wednesday. He wants to avoid prison, but that's ...

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Heather Nauert Is in for a World of Pain

Trump's incoming U.N. ambassador will have to learn on the job. It's going to be bruising.

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Don't Sentence Prisoners to Addiction

Denying treatment to those behind bars violates the Eighth Amendment.

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The Road to a Bad Brexit

The politicians failed to seize the opportunity the voters offered.

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Thank You, John Kelly

Trump seems to think he can be his own chief of staff.

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Voters Rebel in Europe's Big Three

Western political systems are under strain despite good economic times.

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The Debt Threat to the Economy

As rates rise, paying back government borrowing will consume the credit needed to sustain growth.

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Can Trump Fire Jerome Powell? It's a Political Question

The Justice Department told LBJ in 1965 he didn’t have that power. The law has since evolved.

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Progressives Won't Be Happy With Nancy Pelosi

The Democratic caucus’s unity masks a division evident in the race between Reps. Lee and Jeffries.

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The Blessing of Rejection

That job wasn’t for you. So dig deep, work hard, and find a better one.

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Keep an eye on Canada. It's trying to make sure power goes to those who win more votes.

People in charge of US have often won fewer votes than the 'losers.' Canada may be model for proportional representation, a cure for 'false majorities.'         

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke takes the low road

President Donald Trump's 'best people' aren't draining the swamp. They're creating whole new wetlands: Our view         

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Secretary Zinke provides bold and energetic leadership

The new Department of the Interior has delivered on change, writes Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, who chairs the House Natural Resources Committee.         

The Wall Street Journal /
The Unbelievable James Comey

The former FBI director professes to know little about how the government came to spy on the political opposition.

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Time to fully expose Donald Trump's campaign dealings: Today's talker

'Individual 1' seems to be in a lot of trouble. Trump is good, though. The president said those hush payments were a 'simple private ...

USA Today /
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         

USA Today /
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 associates.         

The Wall Street Journal /
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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History Ended in 1945

Undoing the postwar order could produce global depressions and frequent wars.

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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.

The Wall Street Journal /
Facebook Censors at Random

The social network’s rules on political advertising burden nonprofits and are impossible to understand.

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