Donald J. Trump has been indicted on charges related to his hush money payment to an adult film actress. He becomes the first former president to ever be indicted on a criminal charge.
Thoughts and Prayers Become Meaningful Action
Two states in particular have managed to strengthen their gun laws this year in a remarkable manner.
Unions Win Big in Labor’s Cradle
Common-sense labor legislation by the majority for the people did not stop with the largest achievement for organized labor in over 60 years.
What Caused the Recent Bank Failures?
The U.S. financial system has been rocked by the second-largest and third-largest bank failures in American history.
Jeffrey Wasserman Wins
Jeffrey Wasserman has succeeded in winning his first-ever campaign.
México debilita su democracia
Esto forma parte de una serie de ataques crecientes a las instituciones clave por parte del Sr. López Obrador.
Mexico Weakens its Democracy
This has been part of a series of escalating attacks on key institutions by Mr. López Obrador.
What Should be Done with Fox News?
For years, it has been apparent that Fox News is not a real news agency.
And Tooley was Silent
When her constituents needed her, Tooley was silent.
Slava Ukraini: Russia Destabilizing the World
These actions are consequences of Russia’s determination to reassert itself as a great power and influence global affairs.
Slava Ukraini: Russia’s Prime Targets
The attempted destabilization of the global world order by the Russian Federation is just that – global – and extends far past the mass graves in Bucha and the blackened ruins of Mariupol.
Slava Ukraini: American Resolve
Mr. Biden sent a message to the rest of the world that the bond between America and Ukraine will not break.
Investigation: Becky Tooley’s Waste Management Connections
Tooley has decided to fool her voters into thinking that she has never, and will never, take a single penny from Waste Management.
Investigation: Becky Tooley’s ‘Utterly Reprehensible Behavior’
Embattled Coconut Creek City Commissioner Becky Tooley is under fire for her repeated behavior in her city’s Windmill Park.
The Most Important Election of 2023
On April 4, 2023, this election to determine the nation’s future takes place.
What Netanyahu’s Moves Mean for the Middle East
Mr. Netanyahu’s presence on the world stage brings back a colorful figure.
Netanyahu Fights the Judiciary
Benjamin Netanyahu has been met with unprecedented opposition during his third stint as prime minister.
Sunak’s Winter of Discontent
Now, it is the Conservative and Unionist Party’s turn to suffer from its own Winter of Discontent, at the hands of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
Why Gun Legislation Often Gets Overturned
Responsible gun legislation is overturned in select courts of law.
Endorsement: Annette Taddeo for F.D.P. Chair
Now is the appropriate time to proudly endorse Annette Taddeo for the position of Florida Democratic Party Chair.
School Boards Soon to be Changed Forever
Republicans are demanding school board term limits, partisan school board elections and the ability to recall school board members.
Florida Democrats Plan for Another Leader
The Florida Democratic Party is flailing.
School Choice Bills: ‘Robbing from the Public Schools’
Recent school choice voucher programs that have been proposed across the nation are nothing less than handouts to the rich.
Reviewing President Biden’s 2023 State of the Union
Throughout the speech, Mr. Biden made one theme apparent: the work has begun, now it is time to “finish the job.”
Choose a Proven Administrator with Jeffrey Wasserman
Candidate Jeffrey Wasserman is up to the task of representing Coconut Creek.
Republican ‘Fair Tax’ is a Scam
The Republican Fair Tax proposal is the crown jewel of an economically disastrous agenda.
United States Shoots Down Chinese Spy Balloon
Under the direction of President Joe Biden, the United States military’s Northern Command has successfully conducted an operation which has resulted in the downing of a Chinese balloon carrying suspected surveillance devices.
Cartwright is Out
After one of the most prolonged battles in the history of the School Board of Broward County, Superintendent Vickie L. Cartwright will no longer hold that position.
Florida’s University Funding Disparity
U.F. has consistently received more funding per pupil than F.A.M.U., which has had a significant impact on the resources available to each institution.
Debt Limit Brinkmanship is Back
When the debt ceiling is not raised for a certain period of time, it causes major financial stresses.
Choose Experience and a Plan with Nancy Fry
Ms. Fry is a highly qualified and dedicated candidate.
DeSantis’s Fascist Attack on Schools
Mr. DeSantis has fallen to a new low, however, when it comes to education in the state of Florida.
Santos Supplies Scandals Galore
Already disgraced U.S. Representative George Santos of New York is coming under fire for two new allegations.
Maduro Outsmarts the Opposition – Again
Mr. Guaidó, who led Venezuela’s opposition, failed to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro and take control of the country.
Missouri Republicans Target Their Own Colleagues
The party of the right to bear arms has declared war on the right to bare arms.
Explaining Your 2023 N.D.A.A.
This bill is the preeminent statement of U.S. defense policy.
Public Servants Under Siege with Second McCarthy Committee
It will also go down in history as one of the largest abuses of Congress’s oversight powers.
Comparing the Classified Documents Investigations
These parallel investigations are very different.
Insurrection Spreads to Brazil
This Jan. 8 insurrection capped off another twist in a highly fluid journey.
A Tale of Two Failures
The Republican Party has brought itself to new lows.
A Good Year for Democracy
Americans declared their faith in democracy.
The 117th Congress in Review: Second Session
This Congress, and especially the second session, may be the most consequential for decades to come.
Great Lakes Region Delivers Greater Success
Democrats need to pay more attention to the Great Lakes region.
Florida’s County Problem
Too many counties, or their equivalents, have been created.
Donald Trump’s Very Bad Week
For someone who hates losing but cannot seem to quit the habit, last week was an especially terrible one.
Previewing Legislative Session 2023
Republican legislators have clearly entered a one-way street that only leads to more and more extremist legislation.
American Education System Losing its Edge
The United States has failed.
Explaining Your 2023 C.A.A.
After an exhilarating ride, the wait for the most important law of the year is finally over.
Cartwright Stays, for Now
Ms. Cartwright is not yet in the clear, for a tumultuous month awaits her.
Republicans Bail Out Insurance Companies, Attack Consumers
To solve their problem, Republicans rushed through one of the most ill-conceived bills possible: S.B. 2-A.
Explaining Florida’s Property Insurance Crisis
Property insurance rates have become a crisis in the Republican-run state that is now the most expensive in the nation.
Brenda Fam Must Go
Ms. Fam must not be permitted to remain in office.
The B-21 Raider Rolls Out
The B-21 Raider shall revolutionize the U.S. military’s ability to deter and defend.
The Case for Orlando to be Florida’s New Capital
The state has been held back by its capital, Tallahassee, which is woefully inadequate.
How Ron DeSantis Subverted the Florida Legislature
Mr. DeSantis has proven to be extraordinarily effective at subjugating its members.
Democrats Expand their Senate Majority
Incumbent Democratic senator Raphael Warnock has defeated his Republican challenger, Herschel Walker.
The 117th Congress in Review: First Session
A series of alternatively terrible, great and memorable events took place that shall forever shape American history.
Congress’s Appropriations Problem
The 13 appropriations bills have consistently been passed late for decades.
The 2022 Gubernatorial Race Results: Part 2
These races reflect both the trend against fascist extremism and the nation’s desire for common-sense policies.
The 2022 Gubernatorial Race Results: Part 1
The majority of Americans saw gubernatorial elections held in their home states this year, as 36 states held these crucial races.
Broward School Board Ushers in Major Shift
The School Board of Broward County, Florida saw a radical shift on Tuesday.
Priority 1: Judges
Judicial confirmations are arguably the most important duty of the Senate.
The Pelosi Era Nears its Close
Ms. Pelosi steered a diverse and at times fractious caucus through four presidencies.
Broward School Board Fires Superintendent in Shocker
On Nov. 15, the Broward County School Board took a highly controversial course of action when it suddenly fired Superintendent Vickie L. Cartwright.
Artemis I Returns the World to the Moon
NASA’s towering Space Launch System roared off the pad and began what is expected to be a weeks-long mission.
Michigan: A National Model
Democrats romped to victory, achieving successes not seen in Michigan for decades.
The End of the Road for Florida Democrats
The worst state party in the nation, the Florida Democratic Party, suffered the worst results in its history shortly after polls closed on Election Day.
Seasonal Shifts Forecast Changes in Ukraine
The conflict is a protracted war, pushing the involved nations to the limit.
Allen Zeman Wins
Allen Zeman defeated Donna Korn in a hotly contested race.
Robin Bartleman Wins
State Rep. Robin Bartleman was re-elected.
María Elvira Salazar Wins
Miami-Dade County has re-elected incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. María Elvira Salazar.
Ron DeSantis Wins 2022 Florida Governor Race
Incumbent Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis easily won his bid for re-election.
Why Val Demings Lost
U.S. Rep. Val Demings went down in defeat.
The Connection that Divides: Mass Media
With technology, the world has never been more connected. And yet, we have never been more overtly divided.
Biden’s Big Marijuana Action
On Oct. 6, President Joseph R. Biden pardoned everyone who had been federally convicted of simple nonviolent marijuana possession.
Republican Hypocrisy Shows in Response to Attacks
Two events on different coasts have richly illustrated the difference in Republican attitudes towards violence.
This will be Mr. da Silva’s third term as Brazil’s president.
Rethinking the U.S.-Saudi Relationship
Policymakers have been fuming over an increasingly one-sided relationship between Saudi Arabia and the U.S.
Brenda Fam is Dangerous
Having spread lies about her opponent for the past several months, she has proven herself to be unworthy to hold the office she wishes to seek.
Re-Elect Robin Bartleman
State Rep. Robin Bartleman of Weston is far and away the candidate to vote for.
Broward School Board Acts Against Superintendent
By the end of today, Broward County Public Schools superintendent Vickie L. Cartwright may be out of a job.
Elect Dr. Allen Zeman to the Broward County School Board
It is high time for the voters of Broward County to give Mr. Zeman the ultimate endorsement.
‘Very incompetent’: The British Economy Burns
To save herself, Ms Truss appointed fixer Jeremy Hunt.
‘Disaster’: Liz Truss’s Britain
Matters have deteriorated on a daily basis for the U.K.’s Prime Minister Liz Truss.
The Constitution’s Secret Voter Protection Weapon
Section 2, known as the penalty clause, states that if a state creates laws which suppress the vote, the percentage of citizens which cannot vote shall be the same percentage of U.S. Representatives in a state’s Congressional delegation which that state shall not be able to have.
Verdict Reached for Parkland Killer Nikolas Cruz
The fate of Nikolas Cruz, the gunman behind the notorious shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day in 2018, has been decided.
Two Florida Democrats Fight to Protect Their Senate Seats
In the Florida Senate, two incumbent members have become increasingly important.
Was Cuba’s Referendum Free and Fair?
On Sept. 25, Cuban voters lined up to vote on a constitutional referendum and for the 2022 Cuban family code.
Sasse To Resign, Will Become UF President
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska was selected to be the finalist to become president of the University of Florida.
An Escalation of the War in Ukraine?
Russian-occupied Ukrainian territories overwhelmingly voted to join Russia in what most analysts have described as sham referenda.
Edward Snowden, of Russia
Mr. Snowden did irreparable harm to U.S. intelligence.
Three Florida Democrats Fight for Open Senate Seats
Florida, it is time to make the right choice.
The Housing Market: An In-Depth Review
The American dream primarily revolves around a single tenet: home ownership.
Brazilian Democracy Faces its Greatest Test
After electing President Jair Bolsonaro in 2018, the country has literally and figuratively burned.
The Case for U.N. Security Council Reform
The United Nations Security Council has clearly become too small and dysfunctional for the ever-changing world in which it now exists.
Senate Climate Action Continues with Bipartisan Kigali Amendment Ratification
Those who voted for Senate ratification reflected the broad coalition of support.
Danger Lurks in Italian Elections
Tomorrow, Italian voters head to the polls for the first general elections since 2018.
Pete Antonacci, Top Election Cop in Florida, Dies
Mr. Antonacci had made a career of fairly serving the people of Florida.
Terrorism Designation for Russia Splits Washington
While the executive branch vacillates, Congress forcefully argues for Russia to be labeled as a state sponsor of terrorism.
What is the Federal Reserve?
Let us learn what the Fed is.
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