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

1 hour ago

Barr's reputation is as battered as Trump's. Sessions at least had one redeeming feature: He tried t...

sessions | Jeff | rollout | Mueller | Barr | disgraceful | APOs |

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

2 hours ago

The Trump administration is driving us toward a constitutional showdown that threatens the very chec...

impeachment | Republicans | Mueller | Build |

‘Obstruction’ is just ‘Collusion 2.0’ — and other commentary

6 hours ago

Political scribe: ‘Obstruction’ Is Actually ‘Collusion 2.0’ “Obstruction of justice is the new, even...

obstruction | collusion | Commentary |

Why Bob Kraft’s ordeal should alarm us all

6 hours ago

It’s hard to care when a billionaire suffers abuse at the hands of our justice system. But the case...

alarm | ordeal | Bob | Kraft |

Hey, Macron: Don’t you dare modernize Notre Dame!

6 hours ago

Can Notre Dame cathedral be destroyed twice — the first time by fire, the second by architects? And...

Dare | Don | Dame | Notre | Macron | Hey |

Everyone’s got a ‘special reason’ not to pay congestion-pricing tolls

6 hours ago

Congestion pricing is the law of the land. Come 2021, everyone will pay a fee to drive below 60th St...

Pricing | reason | Tolls | congestion | pay |

Sleaze at NYC Ferry just adds to Team de Blasio’s never-ending scandals

8 hours ago

Having trouble keeping up with all Mayor de Blasio’s new scandals? Here’s one you might have missed:...

ferry | Blasio | Adds | NYC | scandals |

How Democrats misled the nation about Trump’s tax cuts

8 hours ago

Say this for Democrats: They can be very effective — at least, when it comes to misleading Americans...

misled | Democrats | Nation | tax |

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

10 hours ago

Store-level SNAP sales data will not illuminate government’s activities, writes Leslie Sarasin, pres...

wasn | APOs | shine | freedom | parties | private | light | Created |

Will the Supreme Court help hide where food stamp money goes?

10 hours ago

Behind Food Marketing Institute v. Argus Leader Media is the Freedom of Information Act, a 1967 law...

Hide | Money | court | Stamp | Supreme |

Trump's 'victory' lap: Today's Toon

14 hours ago

Want to keep up with USA TODAY's editorial cartoons? Bookmark this page. We'll update it frequently....

Lap | Toon | victory | APOs |

Requiem for a Childhood Friend

14 hours ago

Bobby Lowenthal died in 1964 at 11. His brother saw my byline and tracked me down.

childhood | friend |

Jamie Dimon's Timely Warning

14 hours ago

A CEO finally speaks up to tell the truth about the shared misery of socialism.

Warning | Dimon | Jamie | timely |

Socialism vs. 'the Person'

14 hours ago

Catholic Venezuela would do well to rediscover a central idea of the faith.

socialism | Person |

Anti-Semitism at NYU

14 hours ago

Why did the university award a hateful group?

NYU | Semitism |

Why Should Congress See Trump's Tax Returns?

14 hours ago

Congressional-committee disclosure goes back almost a century and was never so politicized before.

Congress | returns | tax |

Jailing CEOs to Please the Masses

14 hours ago

Warren’s proposal would overturn hundreds of years of U.S. legal tradition.

masses | CEOs |

The Case for Monetary Regime Change

14 hours ago

Central bankers aren’t omniscient. A linked-currency system could improve economic growth.

regime | monetary |

Ukraine's Presidential Gamble

14 hours ago

The besieged country takes a flyer and elects a comedian.

Ukraine | Gamble | Presidential |

A Massacre of Christians

14 hours ago

Terror bombings kill hundreds on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka.

MASSACRE | Christians |