We now have no less than four reputable national public opinion surveys in three months showing a slim majority of Americans now support allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry.
Public housing is a multibillion dollar asset that is home to 2.2 million working families, seniors and people with disabilities. Not only is money not being wasted, it is producing an excellent return on investment.
The ability of local progressive groups to effectively organize will not only determine the outcome of one local budget, but become a symbol of what's needed to get even Democratic cities and states to serve people in need, not just corporations.
After all is said and done, what kind of damage will Trump's "terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week" have on his future?
Donald Trump and George Will don't have much in common save the fact that both are selling peculiarly dangerous forms of snake oil and are doing so with the imprimatur of The Washington Post.
While some have turned the photo into a meme, others have reflected on its significance, particularly Obama's and Hillary Clinton's expressions.
It is perversely ironic that the same week we finally got our man in Pakistan, we learned that 90% of those on the Terror Watch List since 2005 have successfully purchased guns.
Police continue to investigate how a 6-year-old armed himself, but here's something that's already clear. Guns are so easy to get, they can end up in the hands of a 6-year-old, turning the confines of an elementary school into a zone of discord.
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Knowing just how broke the city is, the layman might think this plan is sound -- if not ingenious. But to those of us who know a thing or two about state sponsored gambling, this is going to be hell for DC residents.
The president's fiscal message this week was on point, and will have to be repeated over and over again in the months ahead against all the pressures to compromise.
I never actually met anyone in person from Bank of America. I was not too big to fail; I was too small to notice.
Leonard Barkan's ingenious, lavishly illustrated study focuses on the artist's "life on paper," the hundreds of sheets that have survived containing drawings, poems, doodles, and "notes to self."
I've dug into plenty of plagiarism incidents involving reporters over the years, but I'll confess that I'm totally stumped by the case of Sari Horwitz. Here's the puzzling part.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe that the war in Afghanistan is not worth fighting. What did General David Petraeus have to say about all this in his Congressional testimony yesterday?