Opinion | A Bad Day for the Presidency

The Supreme Court looks like it was trying to split the baby Thursday in a pair of 7-2 decisions on

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Opinion | A Fourth of July Election

If you believe every presidential election is a big bet, you probably think this one is over. In the betting

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Opinion | Voters’ Choice: Growth or Stagnation

The year began with a recovery that belied every negative cliché about the Trump tax cuts and regulatory reform. Tax

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Opinion | States and the Electoral College

There is no shortage of surprises that could rock the November election, but an Electoral College revolt is unlikely to

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Opinion | Emmanuel Macron’s Reform Restart

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe resigned Friday, as President Emmanuel Macron tries to restart his reform agenda. It’s not surprising

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Opinion | Has the Pandemic Changed Biden?

A typical view is that the coronavirus will completely change American society in elementary methods. Already it has radically modified

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