Sunday, August 19, 2018
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Historic Cat Photos on International Cat Day

Earlier this century, the International Fund for Animal Welfare declared August 8 to be International Cat Day, a day set aside to celebrate our...

American Foreign Policy: It’s Worse Than It Looks

This past week I argued that the current U.S. approach to China mattered enormously, and was being grievously mishandled. The set-up for the argument...

Trudeau Reaches His Breaking Point With Trump

The Canadian leader's response to U.S. tariffs formed his sharpest-ever rebuke of the president. Chris Wattie / Reuters Spare a thought for Justin...

Why No One Answers Their Phone Anymore

Telephone culture is disappearing. Eric Thayer / Reuters But in the last couple years, there is a more specific reason for eyeing my...

Trump’s Right-Hand Troll

Stephen Miller once tormented liberals at Duke. Now the president's speechwriter and immigration enforcer is deploying the art of provocation from the White House....

The Fading Battlefields of World War I

This year will mark the passing of a full century since the end of World War I-a hundred years since the "War to End...

The Benefits of Optimism Are Real

Analyzing their writing, Pennebaker noticed that the people who benefited most from the exercise were trying to derive meaning from the trauma. They were...

Trump Almost Always Folds

From trade deals to gun control and immigration to military deployments, the president has a consistent pattern: Talk a big game, then back down....

Arne Duncan Is Serious: Americans Should Boycott School

The former education secretary says it's time for American families to boycott school to fight for stricter gun laws.Over the weekend, Arne Duncan, who...

There Is Only One Trump Scandal

The myriad Trump scandals can obscure the fact that they're all elements of one massive tale of corruption. Carlos Barria / Reuters In...