A lot of the recent complaints about the Affordable Care Act go back to one theme: The law makes health care more expensive for some people with moderate incomes. This is true and it's a design feature
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton favors giving diplomacy with Iran a chance to work but has lingering worries about the country making good on its pledges in the recent interim deal to freeze
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Its targets extend beyond suspected terrorists—and some rhetoric that the First Amendment would protect is singled out. Let's think through the troubling implications of the latest surveillance-state "The
24/7 Wall Street: This summer, thousands of fast-food workers in the United States went on strike in cities across the country, demanding their wages be increased to $15 an hour and the ability to unionize.
(Wikimedia) November 17, 2013 9:00PM (UTC) George Washington, our first president, and Abraham Lincoln, our 16th, are the twin icons of that office. Their portraits are side by side in our wallets, in
**Please note this is an art print. It is a reproduction of a past work - not an original. Title - Vincent van NO Dimensions - 16x20 inches Media - Fade resistant inks Support - Fujifilm Crystal Archive
Here in the U.S., we've had the pleasure of cherry blossom season since about 1910, when Japan gave a gift of about 2,000 trees — most of which were planted in Manhattan and Washington, D.C. It's now flowering