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Affordable Care Act's 'tortured' history catches up with it. Does it have a future?
December 17, 2018
Health care law supporters will have to show that the years of arguing it cannot function without the individual mandate were hyperbole or irrelevant.
      
 
 
Our fresh takes on policing this week
December 17, 2018
News and opinion from various outlets across the country culled by Policing the USA
      
 
 
How House Democrats can save democracy and the rule of law: Impeach Donald Trump ASAP
December 17, 2018
Trump has committed innumerable offenses not involving Russia collusion, right out in public. There are many good reasons for Democrats to impeach.
      
 
 
I was a military spouse on my own at Christmas. It was painful but also special.
December 17, 2018
Those of us left on the homefront may want to just get the holidays over with. But even amid the loneliness, there will be memories worth making.
      
 
 
Obamacare unconstitutional? That's a cruel mistake, not 'great news for America'
December 16, 2018
Republicans are inflicting nonstop terror on Americans who need the insurance, protections of the Affordable Care Act. Voters will remember in 2020.
      
 
 
I became a Democrat a year ago and found my own voice. It changed everything.
December 16, 2018
I wrote my truth, held my breath and waited. I now care about lots more things than I used to, and I've finally embraced my Asian-American identity.
      
 
 
Barry Bonds' induction to Baseball Hall of Fame would mock Hank Aaron's untainted record
December 15, 2018
Hank Aaron’s rightful place as Home Run King would be undisputed today save Barry Bonds’ decision to keep playing — as he was using steroids.
      
 
 
Like Kevin Hart, I also made a bad joke on stage. Unlike Hart, I learned from the experience.
December 14, 2018
Hart needs to be a stronger comic, instead of homophobic jokes, take this entire blow up and make a 20 minute killer set about his homophobic fears.
      
 
 
Trump's next chief of staff will be a pretend chief of staff
December 14, 2018
John Kelly is leaving this chaotic and demeaning White House. Now who wants to jump into a sandbox that's looking more like legal quicksand?: Our view
      
 
 
2020 Democratic hopefuls: Today's Toon
December 16, 2018
Daily editorial cartoons
      
 
 
Voters should be the ones to decide on impeachment: Readers sound off
December 16, 2018
From impeaching Donald Trump to Republicans' power grab to reforming the entire medical system, our readers sound off on recent headlines.
      
 
 
Apollo 8 astronauts delivered a 1968 Christmas message that calmed a ravaged nation
December 16, 2018
Tough, disciplined and adventurous, the early astronauts and controllers on the ground who helped them fly brought a fractured nation together.
      
 
 
Pig-headed Republicans are pushing America toward government-run national health care
December 16, 2018
New Texas ruling is the latest example of Republican efforts to kill Obamacare. But while the GOP is winning on tactics, it's losing hearts and minds.
      
 
 
Kimmel says Trump holiday party would have been like 'Game of Thrones' Red Wedding
December 14, 2018
White House Christmas celebration for the media? Not happening. And the comics explain why in Best of Late Night.
      
 
 
Your photoshopped, Insta-perfect life is a fake — here's the key to make it a little more real
December 15, 2018
There’s no such thing as a life free of stumbles, mistakes, unfairness and failures. Failures make us human. But who wants to be human nowadays?
      
 
 
Scaramucci: President Trump runs a tight ship
December 14, 2018
The president hires and fires employees like an entrepreneur, not a politician, writes Anthony Scaramucci, a former Trump communications director.
      
 
 
Millennials, banning 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' won't keep you warm at night
December 14, 2018
In the modern, 'affirmative consent' version of this classic Christmas song, the man could not care less whether his girlfriend stays or goes. Hot!
      
 
 
No room for a Christmas miracle: Donald Trump is canceling White House party for press
December 14, 2018
For one night a year, we saw each other not as a member of the press or a White House aide, but as a daughter, a grandson, a brother, an uncle, a mom.
      
 
 
Take it from me, tweaks won't fix health care. Democrats should focus on Medicare for All.
December 14, 2018
Go for dramatic reforms. Health insurance companies are interested in profits, not playing fair. I should know. I used to be a vice president at Cigna.
      
 
 
Opinion: Your Insta-perfect life is a sham
December 15, 2018
When the lines blur between real-life and social media, USA TODAY Opinion contributor Jennifer Moses says here's what's truly important.
      
 
 
It shouldn't be a debate. Cyntoia Brown deserves clemency: Today's talker
December 16, 2018
At 16, Cyntoia Brown, a victim of sex trafficking, killed a man who had picked her up. Years later, she has shown she has transformed.
      
 
 
Robert Mueller is counting on Michael Cohen to deliver evidence of White House criminality
December 13, 2018
The Trump team pulled Cohen and Manafort close instead of limiting risk and damage. Now Cohen, best self or not, may have the goods for Mueller.
      
 
 
Ugly. Fat. Worthless. Slut. A High School is putting hurtful words on the walls.
December 13, 2018
'The Chalkboard Project' is a big, visual lesson on empathy and school bullying. There’s a growing interest in duplicating it in many schools.
      
 
 
My tailor said I had 2 months to lose weight for my wedding. She didn't know I was anorexic.
December 13, 2018
My wedding dress has forced me to confront a past of calorie counting, obsessive exercise and never feeling good enough.
      
 
 
Health care law is alive despite Trump's 2-year drive to kill it. So sign up for insurance.
December 13, 2018
The Affordable Care Act is down but not out under Trump, and sorely needed given new realities of more chronic conditions and less employer insurance.
      
 
 
Donald Trump's suffocating presence and unhinged executive power is the product of history
December 14, 2018
Given the presidency's evolution, Donald Trump, the overlord of American politics, is not a fluke, or some historic anomaly. He’s an inevitability.
      
 
 
The INF nuclear treaty is worth saving. Trump and Putin should give it a 6-month try.
December 13, 2018
Landmark nuclear treaty can still benefit US, NATO and Russia security. They should delay action for six months and negotiate ways to show compliance.
      
 
 
Russia and collusion: 'Peanut stuff' or elephant in the room?
December 12, 2018
President Donald Trump insists all is innocent. But so much lying by his associates smacks more of cover-up than 'no collusion': Our view
      
 
 
Criminal justice reform doesn't end system's racial bias
December 12, 2018
Efforts still leave black men more likely to be arrested, sentenced and imprisoned for the same behavior
      
 
 
Donald Trump played politics on live TV, and lost: Today's talker
December 13, 2018
Tuesday's Oval Office meeting among Trump, Pelosi and Schumer wasn't supposed to be a televised debate. Nonetheless, people are taking sides.
      
 
 
Kimmel reveals a new reality TV show starring Trump, Pelosi and Schumer
December 12, 2018
A look at the real politicians of D.C. in today's Best of Late Night
      
 
 
The art of the apology: Lessons from anti-LGBTQ tweeters Kevin Hart and Kyler Murray
December 12, 2018
Is there a statute of limitations on our old, nasty selves? And why is apologizing so hard? LGBT missteps by Murray and Hart are a teachable moment.
      
 
 
Where’s the collusion with Russia?
December 12, 2018
What people are saying about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of the 2016 presidential election.
      
 
 
America's civil justice system needs reform, too
December 14, 2018
Poor remain underrepresented and taken advantage of when it comes to court claims and judgments.
      
 
 
Trump insults the United Nations with plan to nominate media lightweight Heather Nauert
December 12, 2018
Our ambassador to the UN should be able to explain us to the world and defend our interests. Trump's pick doesn't have the experience or stature for that.
      
 
 
Donald Trump may cheat and pay off women, but that won't get him impeached
December 12, 2018
Democrats are aflutter over the allegation that Michael Cohen and President Trump ran afoul of campaign finance laws, but this is basically flimflam.
      
 
 
Sex buyers made her feel she'd 'never be of value again.' She proved them wrong.
December 12, 2018
Stefanie Jeffers, post 30 and trapped in addiction, appeared to be beyond repair. But her path to health and hope was just beginning.
      
 
 
Physical education is key to longer, happier lives. Our kids and schools need more of it.
December 12, 2018
Physical education should be on equal footing with academic classes. It teaches kids persistence, resilience, positive thinking and how to stay healthy.
      
 
 
North Carolina vote fraud raises questions for GOP
December 11, 2018
Where are Republican ideals in the feeble response to the 9th Congressional District's absentee ballot scandal?: Our view
      
 
 
If Nancy Pelosi doesn't punish past congressional sexual abuse, she'll lose credibility
December 11, 2018
Congressmen used a hush fund to pay off sexual abuse accusers. If incoming Speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn't out them, she'll damage her speakership.
      
 
 
Time magazine made the right choice. We'd be a poor society without journalists: Today's talker
December 11, 2018
Time's criteria is the person or persons who 'most affected the news and our lives, for good or ill, and embodied what was important about the year.'
      
 
 
A tale of two Michael Cohens: Sentencing memos paint opposite portraits of Trump ex-lawyer
December 12, 2018
Michael Cohen wanted to avoid prison. That didn't happen.
      
 
 
Drinking, smoking, carousing: Why 'Baby, It’s Cold Outside' is actually a feminist anthem
December 11, 2018
In the classic Christmas song, a woman smokes, drinks, flirts — and maybe spends the night. 'Baby, It’s Cold Outside' is a song ahead of its time.
      
 
 
Republicans are rigging democracy. We will fix it, with or without them: Lujan & Sarbanes
December 11, 2018
Republicans are rigging the rules in their favor. Our first bill as a House majority will reform ethics and campaign money laws and make voting easier.
      
 
 
Time to fully expose Donald Trump's campaign dealings: Today's talker
December 10, 2018
'Individual 1' seems to be in a lot of trouble. Trump is good, though. The president said those hush payments were a 'simple private transaction.'
      
 
 
Fallon talks about the Santa walk of shame in Best of Late Night
December 10, 2018
Bet you didn't think drinking and climate change could have an impact on Santa. They do. Find out how in today's webisode.
      
 
 
Editorial cartoons on politics
December 13, 2018
      
 
 
Editorial cartoons on pop culture
December 13, 2018
      
 
 
Editorial cartoons on anything and everything
December 13, 2018
      
 
 
Editorial cartoons on Congress
August 23, 2018
     
 
 
Editorial cartoons on foreign policy
August 23, 2018
     
 
 
 
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