Even though Hillary Clinton lost two elections, the Clinton machine is still very much in place.
Secretary Mattis arrives in Kabul on a surprise visit after the deadliest attack on the Afghan military since the start of the war.
It won’t transform the balance of power overnight, but it may spook the neighbors.
Will a win for the “radical center” signal anything more than a slow decline of the status quo toward failure?
If federalism means anything at all, it means that states and cities should, unless some grave emergency exists, be responsible for their own transit and transportation infrastructure.
For the first time in more than 130 years, the UK is going a day without burning coal for power.