Melding the White House and news coverage should trouble defenders of a free press
The happiest people are not the ones with the best cards, but those who play theirs best
There's a reason we want people with judgment and experience to serve on the highest court
The ruling on Proposition 8 is a temporary setback in a movement whose end-point, even now, seems clear
The Republicans need someone with less baggage to be their party spokesman
Some things just shouldn't be said, and are neither acceptable nor funny
Sarah Palin should lead daughter Bristol away from the wrong kinds of attention
There are valuable lessons to be learned from the swine flu, but the cost of our fear could end up as high as the cost of the virus
Obama hasn't solved all of our problems yet, but there's no question that he's in charge and that he will
When times are tough, the Texas governor prefers demagoguery to leadership
Why did one woman have to die when five other women previously claimed Spector had held them at gunpoint?
Religion is one of God's and man's great gifts, and it can be the greatest source of hatred in the world
Under LAPD Chief Bill Bratton's leadership, Los Angeles appears to be turning the corner on crime
Furor over Bill O'Reilly's participation in a benefit misses a big point
The Democrats have offered Republicans a huge opportunity. The fact that they're incapable of taking advantage points to their irrelevance
Despite pleading guilty, Madoff gets away with it one last time
Whatever happens in California, the courts will be key decision makers in this battle for equal rights.
With all due respect, the reality is that Obama cannot run this country alone.
Americans who played by the rules are being taken for a ride by those who have not.
It's a thin line between igniting controversy and stepping on toes.
Some say doing nothing is the best course of action but at least the president is doing something.
Ailing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an inspiration to a generation of women lawyers.
It is time for Republicans to take a look in the mirror and reinvent themselves.
As the generation that witnessed the horrors of the Holocaust slowly passes away, liars and deniers gain ground.
Whatever her imperfections, a generation of girls has lost an inspirational role model.
Our new president will need time to deliver on his promises.
If we don't show it for Bush as he leaves office, what basis will we have to demand it for Obama?
The Illinois governor may or may not have done anything wrong, but he knows exactly what he's doing.
The list of donors to the Clinton Foundation is a testament to the depth of the "Friends of Bill," not a reason to vote against his wife for secretary of state.
Spouses of public officials shouldn't be allowed to lobby Congress on issues over which the officials have jurisdiction.
Caroline Kennedy doesn't need the Senate, but the Senate could use her.
Yes, times have changed, but if newspapers can't do their job, they won't be the only ones who suffer.
Personal stupidity should not disqualify him for a Cabinet position.
The president-elect is a man 'big' enough to appoint people every bit as big as he is.
To be thankful is to accept the things in life that turn out better than they might have otherwise.
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