The case of William T. Montgomery is a reminder of the flaws that exist in our judicial system.
Mark Wagoner’s camp is hoping to tap into the known voter preference for politicians with Irish-sounding names.
Michigan clearly needs more openness and a set of common standards.
Washington Post columnist Marc A. Thiessen writes that partisan politics don’t have to be do-or-die.
“It’s Facebook’s own data collection and the tools it makes available to clients that should be the target of scrutiny and perhaps regulation.”
Washington Post columnist George Will comments on a controversial California law dealing with abortion and compelled speech.
Andrew McCabe's firing didn't have to join the list of Trump scandals, writes Bloomberg View columnist Eli Lake.
Blade columnist Thomas Walton can’t figure out why everyone seems to enjoy fish so much.
Samuel Z. Kaplan writes about the inspirational work of our nation’s children in the aftermath of the latest mass shooting.
Conor Lamb’s upset victory in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District highlights the American electorate’s thrist for moderation and civility.