Obama wouldn’t be endorsing Clinton if he intended to let the Justice Department indict her.
He won’t run if he can’t win, and anybody who sells him a vision of victory is suffering hallucinations or looking for a payday.
The presidential race is likely to be the last hurrah of the baby boomers, for both candidates and voters.
These two fine men, genuine heroes who deserve their national acclaim, are hurting themselves, the police force and all of New York.
Last week brought something new and crucial to the often-chaotic presidential campaign: clarity.
New York Times editorial writers twisted themselves into knots recently over Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton might want to brush up on the life of Woodrow Wilson.
I guess one self-pity party wasn't enough for President Obama.
It is an absolute dereliction of duty for a president to make a “cost-benefit analysis” that regards any attacks on Americans by foreign enemies as minor.
Donald Trump is betting his campaign on there being more attacks. I hope he is wrong, but fear he will be right.