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‘White power’ flare-up in retirement haven reveals tensions

‘White power’ flare-up in retirement haven reveals tensions

The flare-up at the Trump parade doesn’t represent the vast majority of residents of The Village.
Americans are the unhappiest they’ve been in 50 years

Poll: Americans are the unhappiest they’ve been in 50 years

The survey draws on nearly a half-century of research from the General Social Survey.
Trump as thug or hero? Depends on what network you watch

Analysis: Trump emulates strongman tactics, tests his limits

In words and in actions, President Donald Trump is increasingly emulating the strongman leaders.
Trump as thug or hero? Depends on what network you watch

Trump as thug or hero? Depends on what network you watch

Cable television news do little to promote peace, love, and understanding in its most-watched hours.
American public space, rebooted: What might it feel like?

American public space, rebooted: What might it feel like?

Can you reopen a society without its physical institutions at full capacity?
After the virus, how will Americans' view of the world change?

After the virus, how will Americans’ view of the world change?

The notion of a virus that came from a distant “elsewhere” stands to carve deeper grooves.
Trump’s Big Promises on COVID-19 Often Fall Short

Trump’s Big Promises on COVID-19 Often Fall Short

Often, the reality falls short of the promise. So do Trump’s big promises on COVID-19.
5 Primary Takeaways: Joe Biden is Democrats’ Antidote

5 Primary Takeaways: Joe Biden is Democrats’ Antidote

Joe Biden’s surge toward the Democratic presidential nomination rolled on with a dominating victory in Florida.
The Glitz of Super Bowl Heads to a Blue-collar Part of Miami

The Glitz of Super Bowl Headed to a Blue-collar Part of Miami

Roughly one in four residents of Miami Gardens, where Super Bowl 54 will be played, live below the poverty line.
The Fraught Politics of Food

The Fraught Politics of Food

For a politician, food might seem like a low-hanging fruit. Is there an easier way to appeal to the masses?
Can a Woman Win the Presidency

Deeper Issue: Can a Woman Win the Presidency?

This is the question that has been gnawing at Democratic primary voters for more than three years.
Ruling to Strike Down Health Law Puts GOP in a Quandary

‘Obamacare’ Mandate: Hot for Lawyers, Ho-hum to Consumers

The repeal of an unpopular fine for people without health insurance has had little impact.
America’s Influence, Once so Dominant, Waning under Trump

America’s Influence, Once so Dominant, Waning under Trump

Three years into Donald Trump’s presidency, America’s global influence is waning.
Black Friday Frenzy Goes Global - and not Everyone’s Happy

Black Friday Frenzy Goes Global – and not Everyone’s Happy

People don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in many countries around the world, but they do shop on Black Friday.
Impeachment Hearing: ‘Corruption’ Probe Meant Bidens

Impeachment Hearing Takeaways: A ‘Domestic Political Errand’

Dr. Hill scolded Republicans lawmakers for propagating what she said was a "fictional narrative."
Takeaways from Day 3 of House Impeachment Hearings

Impeachment Hearings Takeaways: Firsthand Witnesses Appear

Republicans leveled early and frequent attacks on Vindman’s credibility.
Russia Provides Mood Music for the Unfolding Political Drama

Russia Provides Mood Music for the Unfolding Political Drama

Russia is the character standing just off-stage with a dominant role in this tale of international intrigue.
Takeaways from Day 2 of House Impeachment Public Hearings

Takeaways from Day 2 of House Impeachment Public Hearings

Marie Yovanovitch said she felt threatened by the president as she detailed the story.
Trump’s GOP Has no Answer for Suburban Slide

Analysis: Trump’s GOP Has no Answer for Suburban Slide

The suburban revolt against President Donald Trump’s Republican Party is growing.
As McDonald’s CEO Learned, Workplace Romance Can Be Perilous

As McDonald’s CEO Learned, Workplace Romance Can Be Perilous

There are questions about whether consent is truly possible when there's a power imbalance.
Key Takeaways from Impeachment Pages

‘Go Big or Go Home’: Key Takeaways from Impeachment Pages

House investigators released the first transcripts from the closed-door impeachment hearings.
After tax law, Florida sees movers but not from New York

After Tax Law, Florida Sees Movers But Not From New York

Whether the tax law got people to move to Florida is still open to debate.
More Support than Oppose Impeachment Probe

Poll: More Support than Oppose Impeachment Probe

Overall, 47% said they support the impeachment inquiry, while 38% disapprove.
US deficit hits nearly $1 trillion. When will it matter

US Deficit Hits Nearly $1 Trillion. When Will it Matter?

The federal deficit for the 2019 budget year surged to $984.4 billion — its highest point in seven years.

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