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Joe Biden strongly favored welfare reform in the 1980s and ’90s.
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Congressional oversight of new services added to coverage could avert a disaster for federal debt.
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China slumps and Germany is in recession, while the U.S. holds on.
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Vandals get off with a misdemeanor charge for defacing a statue as police looked on.
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I asked Bernie Siegel, 99, about the progress in space travel.
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The question haunted some of us for decades: Would America be different today if his father had...
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Congress needs to reform permitting, but without federal overreach or favoritism toward renewables.
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The media sneer that he’s ‘unlikable’ and distort his legislative achievements. Now that he’s entered the 2024 presidential election, here are the facts.
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Naval grave-robbing shows no respect for the allied World War II dead.
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The Speaker isn’t the obstacle to more GOP victories. Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer are.