The White House's idea of using Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae to adopt rent control faces numerous legal and practical hurdles.
No Matter the 'Details on These Shootings,' Biden Says, Congress Should Respond by Banning 'Assault Weapons'
The president seems to have forgotten his concession that such laws leave murderers with plenty of options that are "just as deadly."
Educators should be responsible to parents and students, not to the government.
'There's Nothing There,' Biden Said the Day Before the FBI Found More Classified Documents in His House
If Trump's handling of government secrets was "totally irresponsible," how should we describe Biden's conduct?
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The Strategic Petroleum Reserve is supposed to insulate the U.S. from oil embargoes and foreign wars. More often, it has been used like an insurance policy for private companies.
The program differs in several ways from Uniting for Ukraine and other previous private migration sponsorship policies.
The Biden administration's antitrust efforts are being shut down by judges, except for a single successful case where best-selling authors were involved.
The underwhelming vice presidency of an unpopular former prosecutor has created a succession problem for the Democrats.
It's not Trump vs. Biden: High officials play fast and loose with government secrets, but only regular people face harsh penalties.
Hunter Biden's attorneys make a curious argument to oppose his daughter taking his name.
Biden Looks Careless, Shady, and Hypocritical After the Revelations About His Handling of Classified Material
Prosecuting Trump for keeping government records at Mar-a-Lago now seems doomed for political as well as legal reasons.
Don't Let the House Hunter Biden Investigation Become a Russiagate-Style Search for Election Excuses
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In both cases, proving criminal intent would be a tall order.
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There's still much more to be done to establish fair and efficient processes at the border.
Biden Expands Uniting for Ukraine Private Refugee Sponsorship Model to Include up to 30,000 Migrants Per Month from Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Haiti
The move is a step in the right direction. But it has limitations and is combined with harmful "border enforcement" measures.
The article explains why the progam is a major improvement over previous policies, and how it can be further improved and made a model for refugee policy generally.
The company's broad definition of "misleading information" and its deference to authority invited censorship by proxy.
The Administration claims to want to end the policy. But, as Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell points out, it is actually expanding its use.
If lawmakers keep spending like they are, and if the Fed backs down from taming inflation, then the government may create a perfect storm.
While other pandemic policies have ended, the migration measure has “outlived [its] shelf life,” Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote yesterday.
Supreme Court Issues Dubious Ruling that Perpetuates Title 42 "Public Health" Expulsions of Migrants
The decision doesn't actually require continuation of the policy, but will have that effect indirectly. Justice Neil Gorsuch's dissent explains why the Court was wrong to take this step.
The legal distinction between the smoked and snorted forms of cocaine never made sense.
Plus: The editors extend the discussion on the lack of immigration reform in this week’s bill.
If political pressure to forgive debt can work once, why wouldn't it work again every five or 10 years?
Faced with White House opposition, Sanders withdrew a resolution that would've challenged U.S. involvement in the Yemeni Civil War.
Brown: “The state should not be in the business of executing people.”
As the Court agrees to take up yet another case against the Education Department's loan forgiveness plan, Biden's goal of forgiving billions in student loans seems increasingly doomed.
Like the first case, it will be argued in February. In the meantime, the plan remains blocked.
Democrats had already retained their majority, but by keeping Warnock's seat, they gained even more power in the upper chamber to hinder Republican opposition.
Fixing federal permitting rules and easing immigration policies would help companies like the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, which are interested in building more plants in America.
It’s a bold and probably unconstitutional goal that’s bound to alienate millions of Americans.
While Biden issued pardons and ordered a review of marijuana's Schedule I status, he still supports the federal ban on weed.
And most of them quietly slunk away afterwards.
On Wednesday, a federal appeals court denied the Biden administration's request to block a Texas judge's ruling that declared the policy unconstitutional.
In the meantime, the justices left in place a lower court injunction against the plan. That probably doesn't bode well for the Biden Administration's chances of winning.
There is much to criticize in Biden's record on immigration issues. But the administration has also made some major improvements.
The Weapons of Mass Delusion author says election-deniers like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert may be the Republicans' future.
Weapons of Mass Delusion author Robert Draper says Republicans need a massive reality check.