The filibuster reform threatens to make the Senate go the way of the House, as Congress continues to fall apart.
It might moderate the Senate and make it more powerful.
What happens when "30 to 50 percent of all employers" drop health coverage?
Reagan's handling of the Soviet Union suggests he'd take a more subtle approach than some of his self-proclaimed ideological heirs.
A testament to how rapidly popular views on gay marriage have shifted.
A preventable death.
Many presidents have had their terms cut tragically short. So what is it about the thirty-fifth president that attracts so much more mourning?
Temporary fixes meant to make the law work could cause a political disaster for the Democrats in the 2014 election.
Two key Congressmen on why shoveling money to short-range fighter projects could come back to bite us.
The U.S. nuclear industry is losing ground to foreign competitors—and it doesn't have to.
The games behind presenting military choices to the president.
Election reform, not a new constitution, is the best way out of America's present political crisis.
A set of administration policies could hinder access to electricity in poor areas around the developing world.
The U.S. Department of Defense's big-picture strategy office shouldn't be cut.
The military used to be a vehicle of social mobility. Yet many young veterans are facing the same economic crunch as other Millennials.
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