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Obama's Immigration Independence Day

Obama's now struck his own path on the larger issue of comprehensive immigration reform and unaccompanied minors on the border.

Obama Has the Speech, ISIS Has the Territory

Despite Obama's rhetorical flourishes, forward-looking policy is a bystander to events.

Hillary's Sexism Opportunity

Urge more women to run for president—now.

The Crucible of Bowe Bergdahl

The anguished cauldron of Afghanistan boils over.

'This Is How Wars End in the 21st Century'

The new unsettling normal of victory.

Obama, Veterans Affairs, and 'Betrayal'

Revenge of a stump speech: A candidate's words come back to haunt him as president.

Torpor Before Temper: A Viewer's Guide to 2014 and Early 2015

The underlying politics in both years is generally straightforward, but it will be a richer, spicier stew next year if Republicans win back control of the Senate.

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Obama's Immigration Independence Day

Obama's now struck his own path on the larger issue of comprehensive immigration reform and unaccompanied minors on the border.

Obama Has the Speech, ISIS Has the Territory

Despite Obama's rhetorical flourishes, forward-looking policy is a bystander to events.

Hillary's Sexism Opportunity

Urge more women to run for president—now.

The Crucible of Bowe Bergdahl

The anguished cauldron of Afghanistan boils over.

'This Is How Wars End in the 21st Century'

The new unsettling normal of victory.

Obama, Veterans Affairs, and 'Betrayal'

Revenge of a stump speech: A candidate's words come back to haunt him as president.

Torpor Before Temper: A Viewer's Guide to 2014 and Early 2015

The underlying politics in both years is generally straightforward, but it will be a richer, spicier stew next year if Republicans win back control of the Senate.

See More