Accused Russian spy Maria Butina cooperating with federal prosecutors as part of plea deal CNN
Washington (CNN) Maria Butina, an accused Russian spy who nuzzled up to the National Rifle Association before the 2016 election, has begun cooperating ...
Israeli satellite company falls victim to debt and politics Haaretz
The fallout from the police's Case 4000 (Bezeq-Walla) investigation is strangely enough Israel's communications satellite capabilities. Spacecom, the company ...
Amid chief of staff search, Trump increasingly anxious over political future CNN
Washington (CNN) While President Donald Trump and Nick Ayers were still in the middle of negotiations about him replacing John Kelly as chief of staff, Trump ...
Editorial: Reassessment no time to play politics Newsday
Not one Nassau County taxpayer has gotten a flawed property-tax bill as a result of County Executive Laura Curran's crusade to build an accurate roll of more ...
It’s time to look at the (political) science behind climate change The Washington Post
The climate-change movement must overcome its democratic deficit or fail.
House Democrats’ democracy reform package: good policy and smart politics Vox
House Democrats have decided on their priority legislation for the next Congress, and it's all about improving the quality of American democracy. HR 1, the bill ...
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Staff Infection The Atlantic
The search continues for a replacement for White House Chief of Staff John Kelly after several leading candidates reportedly have already declined the role.
Politics Podcast: Trump’s Turbulent Week FiveThirtyEight
The FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast crew tries to make sense of the recent turbulence in Trump world, including possible campaign finance violations and ...
The Politics of Protecting Hate Speech | Cato @ Liberty Cato Institute
*Content*-neutral free speech protections in the U.S. only prevailed because there were groups and individuals willing to explain and defend them.
'Put it back!': Labour MP grabs the mace during parliament – video The Guardian
The extraordinary moment Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle picks up the mace and walks it over the line during proceedings in the House of Commons.
Q&A: ADN politics reporter on Dunleavy's quiet move to reorganize the state's budget staff KTOO
Rashah McChesney sat down with Anchorage Daily News reporter James Brooks to discuss a recent administrative order signed (but not immediately ...
Brexit: desperate May races to continent in search for concessions The Guardian
Theresa May is to embark on a frantic round of European diplomacy in a final attempt to salvage her Brexit deal and her premiership after a chaotic day in which ...
Brexit: Theresa May halts deal vote to avoid defeat, throwing British politics into chaos Vox.com
British Prime Minister Theresa May is postponing the vote on her Brexit deal, a last-minute move to avoid almost certain defeat in the UK Parliament on Tuesday.
The LDS Church And The Politics Of Medical Cannabis In Utah RadioWest
Monday, we're talking about what role the LDS Church played in the shaping of Utah's medical cannabis law. Some say the Church got too involved in the.
Who Read What in 2018: Politics and Policy Wall Street Journal
What is wrong with people? Answering that question is my job as a social scientist, but it has probably occupied a good deal of your mental capacity as well in ...
Theresa May calls off MPs' vote on her Brexit deal BBC News
Prime Minister Theresa May has called off Tuesday's crucial vote on her Brexit deal so she can go back to Brussels and ask for changes to it. As it stands the ...
Rohrabacher's exit closes the door on O.C.’s particular brand of hard-right politics Los Angeles Times
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's defeat marks the end of a line of fierce anti-communist, often bigoted politicians who represented Orange County for decades.
British politics has worst record for antisemitism in Europe, poll says The Guardian
Four out of five Jews in the UK believe antisemitism is a major problem in British politics, the worst record within the EU, and nearly a third are considering ...
France’s political crises are always played out in riots – unlike Britain’s The Guardian
It's the latest alternative 'project fear' from hard Brexiters – unrest in the event of a parliamentary impasse, says the Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins.
NJ Politics Digest: ICE Sweep Detains 105 Despite AG Grewal Directive Observer
This week New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal made an attempt to limit local police from helping federal immigration authorities, but federal officials ...