The sooner journalists begin evaluating Donald Trump on the details of his policies and his governing expertise, rather than on his deliberately provocative comments, the sooner his political bubble is likely to burst.
'Full stop' is sort of a younger cousin to 'at the end of the day,' which also began as a Britishism. The term is on the rise on Capitol Hill and at home in the Obama White House.
Education policy in American has been episodic, driven mostly by paranoia that the average American student is falling behind the rest of the world. This paranoia is especially intense during wartime or shortly after it.
John Kasich is a serious contender in terms of his qualifications. But he reminds some experts of Jon Huntsman, who quit the 2012 race after finishing third in New Hampshire.
Trump is the choice of 24 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning independent voters, according to the Post/ABC numbers.
NASA hopes that the planned Orion manned capsule will carry astronauts to the moon, or Mars. But its first manned test flight isn’t scheduled until 2021. Forty-six years ago to the day, Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the moon.
So far John McCain is taking the high road after Donald Trump's weekend criticism of McCain's military service. On NBC, McCain said Trump doesn’t owe him an apology – but he does owe one to the nation's POWs.
The spat between Donald Trump and John McCain makes for great political theater. But the dispute, prompted by an exchange of insults, reveals a deeper question for their generation: What did you do during the Vietnam War?
Now that an Iran nuclear deal has been worked out, the political selling job begins. A plurality of Americans support the agreement, but most are not confident that Iran can be prevented from producing nuclear weapons.
The Huffington Post says Trump's campaign is 'a sideshow.' But readers won't notice whether the Trump story they’re looking at is labeled as entertainment – and they won’t care.