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Commentary: N.Y. Times sticking to its story Commentary: N.Y. Times sticking to its story
2 weeks ago - - JAY AMBROSE
This past Sunday, The New York Times did a piece on a conservative activist spreading snippets of false news boosting President Donald Trump. Some got picked up by internet sites and even by Fox News and radio host Rush Limbaugh. [Read More]
Commentary: Teaching a horse to sing Commentary: Teaching a horse to sing
2 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
SEOUL, South Korea — Some stories have to be experienced to fully grasp — the Korea crisis is one of them. I arrived in Seoul on the evening of May 28. [Read More]
Commentary: Is radicalism possible today? Commentary: Is radicalism possible today?
2 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Are you feeling radical? Do you think that the status quo is fundamentally broken and we have to start thinking about radical change? If so, I’d like to go back a century so that we might learn how radicalism is done. [Read More]
Commentary: On Father's Day, pull out comics Commentary: On Father's Day, pull out comics
2 weeks ago -
Many children bond with their fathers during camping trips or sporting events, but I bonded with my father over the reading of stories. [Read More]
Commentary: Trump's current predicament Commentary: Trump's current predicament
2 weeks ago - - BYRON YORK
The danger President Trump faces from the various investigations into the Trump-Russia matter has changed dramatically in recent weeks. [Read More]
Commentary: Lying liars Commentary: Lying liars
2 weeks ago - - CAL THOMAS
All politicians lie, because they are human and all humans lie. The question before us is this: If President Trump lied to FBI Director James Comey, should that “lie” lead to impeachment? [Read More]
Commentary: Ryan should listen to patients Commentary: Ryan should listen to patients
2 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Dear Paul Ryan: As you work with President Trump to cut off federal funds for Planned Parenthood, Mr. Ryan, I consulted some experts — patients in your own district. [Read More]
Commentary: Terror, the new normal? Never Commentary: Terror, the new normal? Never
2 weeks ago -
A truck. A van. A knife. A hammer. Those are some of the low-tech weapons wielded by terrorists in London, Paris and Berlin. [Read More]
Commentary: The G-Man vs. the Mob Boss Commentary: The G-Man vs. the Mob Boss
2 weeks ago - - MAUREEN DOWD
Lordy, what a fine day to be Donald Trump. Three hours of earnest James Comey testimony and the president is not in immediate jeopardy of being indicted or impeached. [Read More]
Commentary: Afflicted with tweet fatigue Commentary: Afflicted with tweet fatigue
2 weeks ago -
Journalists love Twitter. We love it because it's an easy way to get our stories out. It's a shortcut to find quick, easy quotations for stories. And it is often an easy story in itself. [Read More]
Commentary: Climate, life and responsibility Commentary: Climate, life and responsibility
2 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
The headlines on the morning of June 2 seemed to say it all: President Donald Trump had announced that the United States is pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord. [Read More]
Commentary: Did Comey's testimony hurt Trump or help him? Commentary: Did Comey's testimony hurt Trump or help him?
2 weeks ago -
In normal times, former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony to a Senate committee would have been an earth-shaking event. Comey said that, after his firing last month, the White House told “lies, plain and simple” about him and the FBI. [Read More]
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