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Thoughts On Ferguson: What I Know And Don't Know

Members of a rowdy group of demonstrators stand with their hands up as they are lit by a police spotlight on West Florissant during protests in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson, Missouri

‘If there is anything unifying in this awful tragedy, it is the grief we all feel for the Browns and the loss of their young son.’

The Cure For Punditry Hyperventilation About Hillary Clinton -- Try the Facts

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Progressive Democrats misrepresent Hillary’s views on war, foreign policy, and civil rights.

War And Peace At Camp Equinunk -- Lessons For Congress?

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If the kids can make up after games at summer camp, why can’t our legislators?

Gaza -- Facts Vs. False Equivalence

The Israeli community of Netiv Haasara is seen in front of flares fired by the Israeli army in Gaza

Israel tries to avoid civilian suffering, Hamas intends to.

LeBron's Announcement: Crisis Management Lessons For House GOP On Benghazi?

Miami Heat forward LeBron James speaks during media session for NBA Finals basketball series in San Antonio

When you’re already in a deep hole, stop digging.

Hillary Clinton's 'Hard Choices' Show Who She Really Is

Clinton reacts to a question as she discusses her new book "Hard Choices" at George Washington University in Washington

Since her ‘service gene’ kicked in, she really hasn’t stopped.

DC's College Bound Program Is Worth Repeating

Students walk around the Princeton University campus in New Jersey

It only helps a handful now, but finally the city is doing something that works.

Jeb Bush, A Formidable Candidate For President

Jeb Bush

On education reform and immigration, the former Florida governor is strong

Hillary's Sense Of Humor

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participates in A No Ceilings Conversation at Lower Eastside Girls Club  in New York

She’s a master of the one-line riposte

Lanny Davis To Lead Benghazi 'Truth Squad'

Former Clinton aide to the rescue

Facts Vs. Innuendo On Benghazi


Three indisputable facts that disprove the GOP’s case against Hillary

Why Obamacare Could Be A Plus For Democrats In 2014

A man looks over the Affordable Care Act signup page on the website in New York in this photo illustration

Five questions a Democratic contender should be asking

Smart power: U.S. strategy for the 21st Century

Hillary Clinton deflects questions from audience about running for President in 2016 during closing plenary session on second day of the 2014 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at Arizona State University in Tempe

Confronting Iran involves diplomacy, yes, but also doubting their intentions.

Life with my 16 year-old son

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‘That’s rap music, dad. You’re wrong, as usual.’

DC Mayor Vincent Gray a victim of the presumption-of-guilt culture

District of Columbia

A trial by media can be as ruinous as a conviction.

Lessons from a legend: Mike McCurry


The former Clinton press secretary’s turn to religion might seem surprising, but his moderation has shined through for years.

What is a liberal?

John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy

Real liberals aren’t the ones saying Obama should never compromise.

Hillary and her critics -- here we go again...

Hillary Clinton And Mayor De Blasio Take Part In Univision Roundtable On Language-Learning Initiatives In Preschool/ Andrew Burton (GETTY)

From Jennifer Rubin to Rand Paul, the hits keep on coming, but do they hold water?

Al From, Bill Clinton, and the power of ideas


The future for the Democratic Party is on the DLC’s centrist path.

'Women's rights are human rights' -- 20 years later

Former first lady Hillary Clinton sits down before the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington

In praise of the Hillary Clinton’s ‘No Ceilings’ initiative