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A Holocaust survivor confronts questions about America’s strategy in Ukraine

04 / 27 / 2022

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Jon Rahm and the Mirror of Golf

03 / 07 / 2022

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VacciNation Day: Reasons for hope in America

03 / 12 / 2021

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Mr. Vice President: Was the price of Trump really worth it?

01 / 10 / 2021

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Should the news media cover a defeated president who won’t leave the stage?

12 / 05 / 2020

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Biden must use Trump’s tactics to make clear he’s the obvious choice to lead America’s economic recovery — again

07 / 23 / 2020

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Bo knows comebacks: The historic performance Jackson delivered in the first game I ever covered

05 / 28 / 2020

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The Definitive Guide to Understanding the 2020 Presidential Election

03 / 11 / 2020

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My conversation with Aristotle

02 / 16 / 2020

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Trump and Ambassador Sondland: Are all of the president’s men arrogant – or just “not that bright”?

11 / 20 / 2019

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Jamie and Paul Vallas, Daughter and Father talk about Jamie’s transgender journey

12 / 22 / 2017

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What the legacy of Woodward and Bernstein means for journalism today

05 / 01 / 2017

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Neera Tanden, President, Center for American Progress

01 / 04 / 2017

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Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO & National Director, Anti-Defamation League

12 / 16 / 2016

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The state of our system

HUFFINGTON POST, 01 / 14 / 2016

...it was incredibly heartening to hear the most powerful leader in the world talking about essential democratic reforms in such a grand and traditional venue. I’m not talking about the policy prescriptions the president ticked off early in the speech, but instead the structural solutions he devoted time to down the home stretch. Not partisan positions, but logical proposals designed to empower every American — and strengthen our processes of elections and governance.

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A ruinous rule

BEACHWOOD REPORTER, 02 / 16 / 2015

Tom Harkin (D-IA) served in the U.S. Senate for 30 years until he retired in January 2015. In an interview near the end of his service, Harkin offered a cold, hard truth: “A senator has his or her power not because of what we can do – but because of what we can stop.”

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