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Guidelines that allow former service members to transfer college credit are intended to help. They be may hurting.
While Congress continues to drag its feet, both red and blue states are showing how many ways there are to fix the broken justice system.
If Donald Trump dwells on Bill Clinton’s misdeeds, we should remember Trump’s and other Republicans’ hypocrisy on such matters.
Numbers and the state of politics.
Allowing the tech giant to get access to viewers’ data could end up hurting innovation and competition.
For some voters, the recession showed how disconnected Washington had become from their struggles.
They’re from the government and they’re here to make you wait.
A ‘moral revolution’ won’t stop the spread of nuclear weapons.
Sanders puts two hostile voices on the party’s platform committee.
The challenge: Distancing themselves from Trump without alienating voters who like or despise him. One offsetting advantage: the Hillary effect.
Oversight will revert to the city from the state, but with safeguards to ensure that gains remain intact.
What if Jimmy from Georgia hadn’t been killed? And we’d all danced at his wedding instead?
Bernie Sanders discovers the challenges of life in California's Central Valley May 30, 2016, 5:51 a.m. Bernie Sanders continues to campaign across California ahead of the June 7 primary. Sanders campaigns in territory that rarely sees presidential candidates California's Latino Republicans see...
A 7-year-old boy is missing in a forest in northern Japan after his parents made him get out of their car as punishment for misbehaving. About 150 rescue workers searched Monday in a wooded area on Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan's four main islands. The boy, identified as Yamato Tanooka, has...
Bernie Sanders discovers the challenges of life in California's Central Valley May 30, 2016, 5:51 a.m. Bernie Sanders continues to campaign across California ahead of the June 7 primary. Sanders campaigns in territory that rarely sees presidential candidates California's Latino Republicans see...
As an indicator of whether you should watch or not, any review of “The Dresser,” which airs Monday on Starz, is, at least on one level, unnecessary. All you need to do, really, is list the creators and cast. Directed by Richard Eyre (“Notes on a Scandal,”  “The Hollow Crown”) it is an adaptation...
Just when it looks like the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce) and his fanatic followers are about to be driven from King’s Landing, their power grows greater than ever on “Blood of My Blood,” Episode 56 of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” Queen Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer) once despised the High Sparrow...
Bernie Sanders discovers the challenges of life in California's Central Valley May 30, 2016, 5:51 a.m. Bernie Sanders continues to campaign across California ahead of the June 7 primary. Sanders campaigns in territory that rarely sees presidential candidates California's Latino Republicans see...
Across the planet, the fight to help wild animals survive against human encroachment usually produces predictable results: People win. Animals lose. That's why the comeback of the monarch butterfly in Mexico, or the resurgence of wild tigers in Asia, inspires headlines and hopes that conservationists...
Millions of Americans take statins to cut their risk of heart disease. Study after study has shown these drugs, introduced in the late 1980s, to be effective. But how do they function? For years researchers believed that statins worked by lowering cholesterol in the blood. Over the decades the...
The only thing we like more than a good debate is resolving one: The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls are the best NBA team of all time. Swish. But we're not just about pretty shots here. We believe in playing defense, too, in this case protecting the Bulls' legacy in the face of a challenge by the rising...
In today's world, the threats we face are constantly changing, and the government's ability to keep America safe relies on its capacity to adapt quickly to these new and evolving threats. In the years following 9/11, the U.S. made significant changes to our intelligence and law enforcement capabilities...
Two weeks ago, the Chicago Teachers Union hosted a rally designed to gin up support for a potential teacher strike. The rally included closing remarks from a teacher — not a union member because she teaches at a private school — who yelled into the microphone, "F--- the police, f--- CPD, f--- the...
What about Mike Madigan? Those four words sum up the bulk of the critical responses to my column Wednesday, in which I argued that Bruce Rauner has been an epic failure as governor of Illinois. If Rauner deserves an F for his first 15 months in office — a highly polarized time in which the state's...
The irony may be that her urge for privacy produces the opposite of what she needs.
Obama is ignoring how the Sissi regime foments anti-U.S. propaganda and cracks down on human rights.
The president does not apologize for the bomb. He acknowledges the uncertainties in moral realism.
Help the nation, and yourself, understand what our sacrifices mean.
A new report shows more Americans doing better, but consumers are still wary because of past financial shocks.
Excerpts from a conversation with Thomas de Maizière.
Ask questions and listen to the answers. I wish I had done that with my friend before his suicide.   
The late-night comics on the youngest spelling bee contestant and his word-stumping moment   
Peter Neffenger met with USA TODAY's Editorial Board to discuss the outlook for the summer travel season.   
University's quest to punish single-gender organizations excludes women leaders from campus life.   
As loved ones struggle to heal, some confronted with misguided perceptions about payoffs   
TSA, Congress, airlines, passengers all share the blame for long security lines.   
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