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This elections was always going to be close.
Thank the petulant Republicans in Congress.
Imagine the mayhem if Hillary wins the electoral college and loses the popular vote.
It's hard when the candidate has no self control.
School transformation begins at the top. It's time to make principals better.
Lost in all the chatter about the debate, David Fahrenthold dropped yet another bombshell about the Trump Foundation. Donald Trump’s charitable foundation has received approximately $2.3 million from companies that owed money to Trump or one of his businesses but were instructed to pay Trump’s tax-exempt foundation instead, according to people familiar with the... Read more »
He followed up a night full of interruptions with a bizarre focus on a former Miss Universe winner's weight.
That was the plan all along.
Surprisingly, it had to do with his birtherism.
Even his harshest surrogates can barely keep a straight face.
The difference between Clinton and Trump was stark.
I doubt if it matters much to his supporters, but this is exactly the kind of thing that could get under Donald Trump’s thin skin. No chief executive at the nation’s 100 largest companies had donated to Republican Donald Trump’s presidential campaign through August, a sharp reversal from 2012, when nearly a third of... Read more »
The system wasn't built for the cult of the presidency.
The polls will do a better job than instant coverage will.
Framing things this way can scare students and families away from making a worthwhile investment in college.
ABC just blew a major hole in Trump’s denial of major economic ties to Russia.
The goal should be to inform the public.
We've never had a candidate like her before.
Thousands of organizations offer “certificates,” “badges” and other credentials to workers looking to boost their jobs skills and marketability. Are they worth it?
Suddenly the press is comfortable calling him out.