What if Trump had banned Catholics instead of Muslims?

Imagine, for a moment, a world very much like our own. In this world, Donald Trump still campaigned for office on a promise to ban foreign nationals of a particular faith from entering the country. Trump still called for “a total and complete shutdown” of…

Waffle House shooter obtained AR-15 despite having guns taken away multiple times

The suspected gunman behind a Tennessee shooting this past weekend that left four people dead had a record of dangerous and troubling behavior — but law enforcement officials who had previously seized his personal stockpile of weapons later returned them to his father anyway, records…

Corker supports his potential Senate replacement—but he won’t campaign for her

Sen. Bob Corker (R.-TN), who will be retiring later this year, has long been one of the more outspoken critics of President Donald Trump. Now, he may be one of the most prominent voices not to publicly campaign for his own potential replacement, Rep. Marsha…

Tax Cut Bill Will Lead to Trillion Dollar Deficits

When the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” was being considered in Congress this past fall, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and several congressional Republican leaders predicted a decrease in annual federal budget deficits and the federal debt—the latter of which is essentially the cumulative result of…

How a GOLIATH Act Could Restore Consumer Rights

A year ago this month, David Dao, a then-69-year-old doctor, was forcibly removed by police from an overbooked United Airlines flight in Chicago. Graphic video footage of his severe injuries prompted an immediate backlash against the airline, changes to airline procedures across the industry regarding…

Providing mental health care lets refugees in Greece ‘feel seen again’

ATHENS, GREECE — This storied European capital city is a version of hell for asylum seekers dealing with trauma and mental illness. In some neighborhoods, such as the Exarcheia, an anarchist stronghold with a long history of counterculture, men from Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Iran…

BREAKING: GOP Congressman Charlie Dent announces his resignation

Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) announced this week that he would be resigning from the House of Representatives in May, according to a statement his office released Tuesday morning. “After discussions with my family and careful reflection, I have decided to leave Congress in the coming…

5 Questions for the Fed’s Vice Chairman for Supervision

This week, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles will testify for the first time before the House Committee on Financial Services and the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.1 Quarles is the first person to hold the vice chairman for supervision…

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Was Trump ‘wagging the dog’ with strikes in Syria?

Earlier this month, President Donald Trump announced plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria, telling his top military aides that America’s strategic goals no longer warranted U.S. military involvement there. Just days later, the US military was raining bombs down in the capital city Damascus, in what…

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