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  • Spat highlights jockeying among Clinton campaign surrogates

    The ugly public spat was, perhaps, inevitable. With Hillary Rodham Clinton more or less the only game in town for Democratic talent seeking a piece of the 2016 presidential race, the independent, campaign-like apparatus that has sprung up around her...
  • Don't mess with Iowa

    Don't mess with Iowa
    If it's a year before the Iowa caucuses, it must be time for someone to complain that voters there and in New Hampshire are the first to cast ballots for the presidential candidates. As Philip Bump of the Fix asks, why not let a big, diverse state —...
  • Eagles star in a show along the Mississippi every winter

    Eagles star in a show along the Mississippi every winter
    Bird lovers follow the Mississippi River in winter because that's where bald eagles seem most plentiful as the raptors dive-bomb for fish in open water near locks and dams. At the University of Minnesota, however, an intense interest in birds of prey...
  • Gary Olson: How can capitalism be considered inclusive?

    Gary Olson: How can capitalism be considered inclusive?
    Today's pop quiz involves oxymorons, those often amusing contradictory two-word expressions like jumbo shrimp, amicable divorce and Fox News. OK, which of the following oxymorons has gained favor within the higher ranks of finance and politics: a)...
  • Jay Ambrose: Overregulation could ruin the Internet

    It is in constant, energetic motion, an endlessly useful marvel of ingenuity, a source of billions of pages of data and, if you want it, of depth and scholarly papers. It is perhaps the foremost differentiating symbol of our era. It is the Internet,...
  • After historic trip in 1999, Orioles should be first MLB team to play again in Cuba

    After historic trip in 1999, Orioles should be first MLB team to play again in Cuba
    If the new relationship between the United States and Cuba allows for an ongoing relationship between Major League Baseball and the baseball-crazy island nation, the Orioles should be the team that breaks the ice. They earned it. The news Monday...
  • Congress can take the politics out of net neutrality

    President Barack Obama has arguably won the net neutrality debate, but the most important question facing him and the Congress is how he wins. If we're going to make net neutrality the law of the land, then the Congress should move quickly on a...
  • Let Congress enact net neutrality

    Let Congress enact net neutrality
    I agree we need strong new net neutrality rules ("Real net neutrality," Feb. 5), but they should be enacted by Congress, not the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC regulations you favor face several difficulties. For one, the FCC's plan to...
  • Analysis: It's not easy being a presidential candidate with an M.D.

    WASHINGTON Rand Paul is looking to run the most serious presidential campaign ever by a physician, but in the early going his medical degree is proving more of a complication than a benefit. Just this week, the Kentucky senator's presumed expertise as...
  • Major Changes Proposed For Family Leave

    Major Changes Proposed For Family Leave
    When Peter Tercyak's younger sister Marion was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 35, there was no question he would be the one to shuttle her to her doctor's appointments and chemotherapy treatments. Tercyak is a nurse, so he understands medical...
  • Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever

    Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever
    Comedian Bill Maher bemoans political correctness but sees a bounty of jokes inspired by politicians. Will Democrat Hillary Clinton run for president? “I have no doubt — unless she’s been faking it for 67 years,” says Maher,...
  • Victims' lawyers: Evidence shows Saudi Arabia 'knowingly and directly' aided 9/11 hijackers

    Lawyers for victims of the Sept. 11 attacks say they have new evidence that agents of Saudi Arabia "directly and knowingly" helped the hijackers, including sworn testimony from the so-called 20th hijacker and from three principals of the U.S. government's...