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Beto O’Rourke: From Juneteenth to today, Americans are still on the march for justice
June 19, 2019
For too many people of color, the promised rights of America remain only a promise. Every single one of us must be included in our democratic process.
Trump rally: The president's performance is getting better, but substance is still awful
June 19, 2019
Trump’s capacity to promise and not deliver on his promises — and not pay a price for not delivering — is a staggering phenomenon, collective insanity
Treating wealth like a social media post: Today's Toon
June 19, 2019
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Harvard right to dump Kyle Kashuv for racist remarks: Today's talker
June 19, 2019
If this were any other youth, this wouldn't be news and we wouldn't be giving it a second thought. Kids have been denied admission for much less.
Joe Biden says he'll cure cancer. Sounds like the kind of lie Donald Trump would tell.
June 19, 2019
Biden wrongly said during his time as vice president that the White House was clear of scandals. If he likes his delusions, he can keep his delusions.
How to turn Iran’s tanker mischief against the Islamic Republic
June 19, 2019
If the White House plays its cards right, Iran could be backing itself into a corner.
I left the AMA over Obamacare. But my colleagues rejected Medicare for All so I'm back.
June 19, 2019
The Affordable Care Act is better now without the individual mandate. And I'm thrilled the American Medical Association has rejected Medicare for All.
My rapist fought for custody of my daughter. States can't keep survivors tied to rapists.
June 19, 2019
I drafted the law for my home state to terminate the parental rights of rapists. No matter your position on abortion bans, these laws must change.
Here are the tough debate questions 2020 Democratic candidates should have to answer
June 19, 2019
Presidential debate moderators should be as tough on Democrats as they've been on Republicans. Put them on the spot about culture and economics.
Clear wireless Sprint merger with T-Mobile. Lawsuit is on the wrong side.
June 18, 2019
In 5G era, three strong wireless competitors are better than two leaders, Verizon and AT&T, and two also-rans: Our view
New York AG: Sprint, T-Mobile merger would raise prices and hurt consumers
June 18, 2019
America was the world leader in developing 4G coverage as a result of vigorous competition, writes Letitia James, attorney general of New York.
Comics say Trump should be interrupted by coughing more often
June 18, 2019
What was Trump's White House interview with Stephanopoulos like? The comics give a crash course in Best of Late Night.
SpaceX satellite launch raises questions: Who owns the sky? Everyone or the wealthy few?
June 19, 2019
Satellites will soon outnumber stars visible to the naked eye, and they'll have ads. We must balance research, commerce, opportunity and preservation.
Donald Trump's treason claim comes as leaks show Washington is desperate  — about him
June 18, 2019
The New York Times didn't commit treason. Trump just can't handle truths about himself.
Democrats can turn immigration into a total loser for Donald Trump in 2020 — if they dare
June 18, 2019
Trump obsesses about immigration so voters will blame 'the other' while he enriches his friends. This is racism in the service of plutocracy.
Schumer & Cotton: Our bipartisan 'Fentanyl Sanctions Act' targets traffickers like China
June 18, 2019
Synthetic opioids have devastated our home states and many others. We need to work together to end an epidemic that kills tens of thousands a year.
I'm a liberal but agree with Donald Trump: Kellyanne Conway didn't violate the Hatch Act
June 18, 2019
Conway's job is to support Trump's allies. Save the Hatch Act for real wrongdoing, like threats to fire government workers if they oppose a president.
I'm a typical Silicon Valley college dropout-turned-entrepreneur. Don't follow my example.
June 18, 2019
Do as I say, not as I do. The idea that degrees are an unnecessary credential for students looking for jobs is just a myth. Degrees do matter.
Opinion: NBA draft exciting, fast-paced and totally overrated
June 19, 2019
The picks and moves during the NBA draft won't seem nearly as important after Thursday night's initial brouhaha.
Global Christian persecution is worsening while American churches slumber
June 18, 2019
The American church is feeding itself to death as the worldwide church is being murdered.
It shouldn't take Jon Stewart to rescue 9/11 first responders
June 19, 2019
50,000 survivors have been diagnosed with 9/11-related illnesses. Reauthorizing compensation is the least Mitch McConnell and Congress can do: Our view
Why are we headed for a blowup with Iran? It began when Trump scrapped the nuclear deal
June 17, 2019
At minimum, Iran and America need a hotline to deconflict their military forces and avert a serious escalation. But that has been rejected before.
2 things we believe: Chernobyl was catastrophic, and we need nuclear power more than ever
June 19, 2019
The HBO series shows we’re not going to have another Chernobyl. By far the biggest threat to human safety in power production is from climate change.
Gillibrand wants to silence anyone who is pro-life. That's dangerous: Today's talker
June 17, 2019
Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand revealed her authoritarian instincts when she compared abortion to racism.
Colbert, Maher mark Trump's birthday and other political activity in Best of Late Night
June 17, 2019
The president turned 73 last week. He also sealed his relationship with Kim Jong Un and made moves on Iran. Comics give their view on it all.
For George Tyndall's victims like me, proposed USC settlement is a slap in the face
June 17, 2019
By its inaction, USC effectively sanctioned George Tyndall's alleged behavior. A payout will allow USC to continue to shirk its responsibility.
Fear, not outrage: Trump doesn't get better, he just makes the people around him worse
June 17, 2019
The Russia collusion suspicions were fueled entirely by Trump and his campaign. The ABC News foreign 'dirt' interview shows he hasn't learned a thing.
Porsche thinks you'll want your next car to be electric
June 17, 2019
Electric cars will soon be common on American roads, even Porsche thinks so. American consumers are about to adopt electric cars on a large scale.
Is it Christian or illegal to aid migrants? A hung Tucson jury, a fork in the road of faith
June 16, 2019
How do you define religious freedom? Prison for being a Good Samaritan to refugees? The hung jury in the Scott Warren trial leaves the question to us.
Let's make dads part of prenatal care. It's good for parents and babies.
June 17, 2019
Fathers matter a lot. Their involvement with a partner's pregnancy can even reduce the risk of a child dying in the first year of life.
The tools dad left me can't fix my broken heart on Father's Day
June 16, 2019
My dad was a strict man, but he was honest and worked hard to provide for our family. This Father's Day, I remember him through his tools and work.
Rebate rule would help make prescriptions more affordable for more patients: Eli Lilly CEO
June 16, 2019
New rebate rule could be a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reset our system to work better, for all patients.
My dad died too soon, but a 1940 article gave me a glimpse of a man who stood up to Nazis
June 15, 2019
A story in a World War II-era newspaper gave me insight into how an Austria couple — my parents — escaped Nazis and built a home in England, America.
With Sarah Sanders leaving the White House, Trump now lies alone
June 14, 2019
During her time as press secretary, Sarah Sanders has lied repeatedly on behalf of the president. Now, she's leaving him to lie for himself.
Fallon says Trump is abiding by the gentlemen's code: Don't 'collude and tell.'
June 14, 2019
How do the comics explain Trump's foreign government cooperation? Take a look in Best of Late Night.
My pro-Trump father voted against my values. That doesn't make me miss him any less.
June 15, 2019
After 2016, several Clinton-supporting friends were appalled that I could even speak to my dad. Now he's gone, and I see how he taught me empathy.
6 of our top opinion pieces this week: ICYMI
June 14, 2019
From Trump impeachment to Boy Scout sex abuse to an alternative abortion policy, here are some of our top columns this week.
Parents, where’s our collective shame?: Readers sound off
June 15, 2019
From abortion, to impeachment, to 9/11 first responders, our readers share their thoughts on recent headlines.
From Dwyane Wade, William Barr, Viola Davis, Angela Merkel and other commencement speakers
June 16, 2019
To the Class of 2019 — thoughts from William Barr, Dwyane Wade, Peggy Noonan, Viola Davis, Angela Merkel, Bill Nye, Yo-Yo Ma, Mike Bloomberg
Iran tanker attack: Donald Trump, Mike Pompeo should follow Ronald Reagan's lead
June 14, 2019
During the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s, the Reagan administration faced off a spate of tanker attacks with targeted military force and smart diplomacy.
I used to defend military justice. Then a cadet's West Point rape conviction was reversed.
June 14, 2019
The military appeals court did not deliver justice for the West Point rape victim; it allowed her traumatic experience to be replayed and rewritten.
Dark side of reverse mortgage industry: Predatory lending hits seniors
June 13, 2019
100,000 reverse mortgages defaulted in recent years, a USA TODAY Network investigation found. Wrong incentives lure lenders and homeowners: Our view
I live an ocean away from my granddaughter. Facebook can't replace physical closeness.
June 14, 2019
Social media has its benefits, but it can't make the seas shrink. And seeing my granddaughter in a video chat is nothing like holding her in my arms.
Yucca Mountain is the safest spot for nuclear waste. We should pay Nevada to use it.
June 14, 2019
Nevada's Yucca Mountain facility should be used to store the nation's nuclear waste, and America should pay rent to the state to use it.
House Democrat: Patience, not impeachment, is best way to hold Donald Trump accountable
June 14, 2019
Patience is not the same as passivity or acceptance. Let's investigate Trump and tell America what we find, without making our divisions even worse.
Tinder's data sharing endangers Russian LGBTQ community
June 14, 2019
Police have been torturing LGBTQ people in Chechnya for years. Russia's new data-sharing demands could further endanger its LGBTQ community.
June political cartoons from the USA TODAY network
June 18, 2019
A collection of political cartoons from the month of May from the USA TODAY network.
Editorial cartoons on politics
May 08, 2019
USA TODAY animated political cartoons: Mueller report
June 17, 2019
USA TODAY animated political cartoons: Mueller report
Editorial cartoons on the debate about guns
June 12, 2019
Editorial cartoons on guns in America from the USA TODAY network.
Editorial cartoons on health care
April 14, 2019 Featured News
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