After Novartis discovered almost immediately that Cohen had not the slightest idea how the Trump administration might approach health-care policy.
If last week's news conference about the files obtained from Iran is any indicator, Netanyahu is spoiling for a fight.
One of the important things about the Donald Trump presidency is that it constantly challenges the capacity of journalism to tell the American people what's going on.
McCain wants us to see America as he does: as an imperfect but also frequently unselfish promoter of democratic values, which goes into the world to help other nations win their freedom.
The political mood (an anxious, belligerent frustration) is seeping into everything, disrupting moments and exchanges and activities that were formerly peaceful.
If Democrats can take back the House and Senate that would mean they could try to reinstate the Robert Mueller investigation in some form if Trump does remove the special counsel.
If the two people at polar opposite ends of the fight in Kelo v. New London can come together, anything is possible.
This new policy clearly signals white control of black players' bodies and rights to kneel in peaceful protest against police brutality.
This isn't to say that patients aren't paying high prices for drugs. They are. But drug makers aren't at fault. Middlemen, like pharmacy benefit managers and insurers, are the ones raising prices on consumers.
Sometimes its better not to say anything at all in the barber shop.
As more male writers stand accused of inappropriate behavior, the question arises if they should stay on reading lists.
A resolution before the council is intended to make people feel safer, not make New London a sanctuary city, writes the mayor.
One can hardly fathom a more unwelcome concept than a grotesque bridge and museum complex alongside historic Union Station.
Joining the NPV compact solves the biggest problem that currently exists in our electoral system, i.e. that only votes in swing states matter.
Detention has given a jailed reporter hours to reflect, and when he allows himself to think about a positive outcome, journalism as a profession remains in his thoughts.
In considering these offshore wind farms, policymakers must also consider their overarching moral obligation to their children to ensure a habitable world in the years to come.