Opinion | Covid Failures Show Congress Is Sick

The impasse over Covid-19 legislation is a policy failure with constitutional implications. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday that

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Opinion | Trump’s Executive Orders

The good news is that President Trump on Saturday escaped the trillion-dollar terms of surrender demanded by House Speaker Nancy

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Opinion | Obama’s Filibuster Swipe

Anticipating a November romp, prominent Democrats have been dropping hints that they’d scrap the filibuster for legislation if they win

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Opinion | Pandemic Education Scholarships

Most of the GOP Senate’s $1 trillion pandemic spending proposal unveiled Monday isn’t money well spent. But it does have

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Opinion | The Mnuchin Follies

The concerted Republican effort to fritter away both policy and principle in these pandemic times continued apace this week—indeed, it

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Opinion | No More Blank Checks From Congress for Coronavirus

A near-record 158.8 million Americans were employed in February, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Then the novel coronavirus

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Opinion | Judy Shelton Steps Closer to the Fed

After the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday advanced Judy Shelton’s nomination to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, the news

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Opinion | The Raid on Remdesivir

As coronavirus cases have spread through the South and West, the good news is the lower death toll than in

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