The award-winning TV host and radio personality had recently been hospitalized with the coronavirus.
And what Edmund Burke, that titan of conservative thought, had to do with it.
The week of January 18: Rational bubbles, Davos’ questionable guest, the long road to a quick vaccine, and much, much
Friday on the NewsHour, the new president continues a flurry of executive orders with actions aimed at counteracting the economic
The trial will consider one article of impeachment.
Washington lobbyists with close ties to outgoing President Donald Trump were paid lucrative sums by clients angling for last-minute pardons
Details of Trump’s ties to a rally before rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol remain hidden due to the role of
Australian media outlets have complained that revenues have dropped over the past decade because advertisers have moved from newspapers to
The same teachers’ organization that roundly condemned Donald Trump’s attempts to prematurely reopen schools are now applauding Biden’s decision to
Pretend It’s a City, Martin Scorsese’s new documentary series about Lebowitz, reveals her delightfully reactionary character.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Fact-Check: Would Trump Lose Post-Presidency Benefits If Impeached? (Reader Steve) From the Austin American-Stateman: “If the
Either presiding or not can be justified on the basis of multiple theories, and we should expect Roberts to put
Reading Time: 4 minutes Questions continue to circle around the idea of mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for international travel after a
McConnell has presented the idea to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who would have to agree to the plan.
On the menu today: climate follies, minimum-wage follies, “robber baron” myths, Crocs’ pandemic surge, and COVID-19’s long-term economic scarring.
Congress will consider a sweeping democracy reform package in the first days of the Biden administration.
Thursday on the NewsHour, a new presidency begins with a flurry of executive orders that overturn many of former President
The better path would be to simply change the law.
“We certainly are not starting from scratch,” Dr. Fauci told reporters.
President Joe Biden signed new ethics rules meant to prevent his administration officials from joining the lucrative Washington influence industry
Pelosi’s comments came several days after Representative Steve Cohen implied that Representative Lauren Boebert may have aided rioters.
Biden rejoined the 197-nation deal in an executive order on his first day in office.
The very first executive order Joe Biden signed upon becoming the forty-sixth President of the United States was the national
Reading Time: 3 minutes Senate Trial of Former President Trump Depends Largely on 145-Year-Old Case (Reader Steve) From the San
Police officers arrested eight adults in total, on charges ranging from rioting and possession of a destructive device to reckless
President Biden on Thursday unveiled a plan to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Reading Time: 7 minutes President Joe Biden is in the midst of creating an administration that resembles the public. He’s
On the menu today: Yellen’s first Senate hearing, Biden’s inauguration, Europe’s small-loan buildup, and a look back at the Plaza
It didn’t take long for him to drop the Mr. Moderate schtick.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Joe Biden calls for unity as he and Kamala Harris are sworn in to office, the
President Biden signed an executive order on Wednesday formally committing the U.S. to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord.
Occupied East Jerusalem — Nearly 20 Palestinian families face homelessness amid a raging pandemic and cold, wet winter in occupied
The sanctions were revealed during President Biden’s inauguration.
Reading Time: 4 minutes At noon on Wednesday, January 20, current Cabinet secretaries and agency heads are scheduled to step
Reading Time: 2 minutes ‘Money Goes Towards Power’: Trump Is Exiting the White House With His Brand in Tatters (Dana)
The president’s final pardons were yet another iteration of the two-tiered justice system that serves the wealthy and powerful.
Secretary of State-designate Antony Blinken said ‘President Trump was right in taking a tougher approach to China.’
The president issued 70 commutations and pardoned 73 people early Wednesday, in his final hours in office.
Ten GOP lawmakers voted to impeach Trump on Jan. 6, which could lead to consequences for them down the line
On the menu today: the death tax’s (possible) new scythe, vaccines and the EU’s lethal central-planning fail, Merkel/Brezhnev, credit-market Jenga,
Tuesday on the NewsHour, an unprecedented security apparatus is now in place in Washington as at least a dozen National
Over 400,000 Americans have died of COVID-19 as of Tuesday, one day before Joe Biden’s inauguration as president.
Reading Time: 4 minutes President-elect Joe Biden finalized his Cabinet picks on Thursday, naming US Appeals Court Judge Merrick Garland
Reading Time: 17 minutes NEWS ANALYSIS The final countdown has begun, but the military is worried about what Donald Trump
The land swap deal between the U.S. government and British-Australian corporate mining giant Rio Tinto and its subsidiary, Resolution Copper,
The irony of the Squad’s fame contributing to Democrats’ losses is that their party’s weakness now empowers them even more.
Defense Department officials did not reveal what unit the Guard members serve in or to what fringe groups they belong.
On the campaign trail, Biden repeatedly promised that immigration reform would come on day one of his administration.
It’s hard to argue that this hike has more than a tangential relationship to the problems caused by the pandemic.
On the menu today: Biden’s economic plan, Yellen’s debt dilemma, and deficits in a zero-interest-rate world.