Rush Limbaugh, the legendary talk show host who died Wednesday at age 70, succeeded because he provided something the rest of the media didn’t: balance.
Debra J. Saunders joined the Review Journal as White House correspondent in December 2016, after 24 years writing a usually conservative opinion-page column for the San Francisco Chronicle. She has a B.A. in Greek and Latin from the University of Massachusetts at Boston, which may or may not prepare her for covering the Trump White House. She is syndicated with Creators Syndicate.
The ACLU and other like-minded organizations are pushing President Joe Biden to end the federal death penalty.
A record 13.5 million coronavirus vaccinations were delivered this week, even as top officials disagree over the Trump administration’s record in procuring shots.
Nevada will increase its clout in Washington, D.C. with the arrival of President Joe Biden, who has more ties to the Silver State than his predecessor.
True believers such as Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene are on the decline in the modern Republican Party, while people such as Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., are the future.
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died of injuries inflicted during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery after a ceremony in the Rotunda.
Everyone knows that remote education is failing students, especially immigrant children and others whose parents can’t fill in the gaps that plague schooling by computer screen.
People seeking a coronavirus vaccine may have to wait for months to get it, according to an adviser to the White House COVID-19 response task force.
President Joe Biden likes to talk about unity and his intent to rise above partisan rancor to heal the divisions that led a pro-Trump mob to swarm the Capitol on Jan. 6.