Batavick: Be it here or the heartland, we are all Americans
Our trip to Middle America was a real learning experience and underscored what a fascinating, complex, and vibrant country we live in.
Melania Trump to address cyberbullying summit in Maryland
Melania Trump plans to address a cyberbullying summit in Maryland next week.
Witcover: Trump's fake war on true news
Jules Witcover: Most of today's reporters have developed thick skin, and in the service of the public's right to know they will continue to report on the president's contemptuous serial lying.
Baltimore's Philip Glass to receive Kennedy Center honor; Cher, Reba McEntire, Wayne Shorter, 'Hamilton' also to be honored
Cher, composer Phillip Glass, Reba McEntire and jazz legend Wayne Shorter have been announced as this year's recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors.
Trump gives bad immigration advice — just ask the first lady
Donald Trump's latest scolding of Europe on immigration sure didn't come from Melania.
What our government has done to children at the border is criminal
If any adult did what the government has done to immigrant children at the border, it would be kidnapping.
Witcover: Inhumane treatment of migrant children stokes revulsion across political spectrum
Separating immigrant families at the border has given Democrats a politically exploitable issue, says Jules Witcover.
Cal Thomas: Different standards for the left
When conservatives behave badly, the media raise a stink, but when liberals do it — crickets, says Cal Thomas.
Melania Trump gets good reviews from some of same media outlets her husband calls lying and hateful
Melania Trump's performance at Tuesday's state dinner gave media outlets a chance to contrast her qualities with those of her husband.
Can end of bullying begin in White House?
If Melania Trump wants to end bullying, she needs to start with her spouse.
Melania Trump has something to say. Donald Trump should listen
Melania Trump has something to say. Donald Trump should listen.
Witcover: Trump's response to Hurricane Harvey fraught with political tension
Hurricane Harvey may have wreaked havoc among thousands of Texans, but it has thrown a political lifeline to Donald Trump, says Jules Witcover.
Trump snubs allies while huddling with his pal Putin
Donald Trump seems eager to be a willing dupe for the Machiavelli of Moscow, says David Horsey.
Trump can't stop being himself
In the same week we found another reason to admire Amelia Earhart as a feminist icon and were reminded of Maryam Mirzakhani's brilliance, Trump reduced France's first lady to racehorse status.
Cal Thomas: Insulter in chief
The president has said his tweeting is a way around the media, but using tweets to insult people does not benefit him, or his agenda, says Cal Thomas.
Trump to make first visit to Camp David
President Donald J. Trump will make his first visit to Camp David this weekend, spending a night at the woodsy retreat in Western Maryland on Saturday and ending speculation about whether he would call on the historic property during his presidency.
Designers get political in New York Fashion Week shows
Annapolis native Christian Siriano was one of the New York Fashion Week designers to use his show as a political statement.
Charm City Cakes' Duff Goldman sees similarity in Trump, Obama cakes
Duff Goldman, owner of Charm City Cakes, suggests that the design for President Donald Trump's inauguration cake was plagiarized.
TV finds a winning formula for Trump inauguration coverage
Television’s days might be numbered in a digital world. But it still has an unrivaled ability to cover a wide range of events in a short space of time. And it
The Trump tax brouhaha
Forcing Trump to produce five years of tax returns doesn't help voters but real tax reform might
City Paper's Election Night 2016 Live Blog
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