Tuesday’s first-day’s commencement of the impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate of Donald Trump, slogging deep into the night as it did, resulted in a set of identical 53-47 votes that

Director/writer Sam Mendes’ epic World War I film, “1917,” is based on incredibly grim stories he was told by his grandfather who’d enlisted for the British at age 17 and somehow survived

The profoundly disgusting spectacle of so-called evangelical leaders fawning over an angelic-looking (eyes closed, hands folded at his belt) Trump at Mar-a-Lago last week was so repulsive to any

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Here’s an interesting proposition: take everything Trump rants about in his remarkable six-page letter to Nancy Pelosi on the eve of his impeachment as if it was written in front of a