The unseemly road to human decency.
Encouraging people to talk about pay might be the best way to help make salaries more fair.
Whatever happened to opposing wars that should never have been authorized?
The Bad Speech To End All Bad Speeches.
The specific numbers may not matter, but the ideas do.
Experts suggest the administration's way forward on campus sexual assault.
The executive order can be a beautiful thing. Use it, Mr. President!
It was his best speech on national security, but it will not quell the controversies.
Republicans are so outraged by the Democrats' use of the "nuclear option," they're threatening to nuke back.
In an interview Thursday with NBC News' Chuck Todd, President Obama apologized to Americans receiving cancellation letters from insurers—and promised to investigate whether his administration could do something to help them. The apology is appropriate. Obama made sweeping promises that he should have qualified or at least explained in more detail. While most people will get to keep their plans next year, some won’t.
But the underlying issue is a real one
Obama's statement was somewhere between an oversimplication and a falsehood. But the hysterical stories missed it.