The fifth Democratic debate kicked off at 9pm EST Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia.
“Everyone was in the loop,” Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the EU, told Congress on Wednesday. As he made clear, that very much included Vice President Mike Pence. This article was co-produced with Press Watch, a new website that monitors and critiques American political coverage. Please consider supporting Press Watch by making a donation. [
Can Michigan finally break through with a truly big win for Jim Harbaugh? The Wolverines have flunked so many litmus tests since Harbaugh took over before the 2015 season that few even ask the question any more. Fans, pundits, and bettors have given up hope. Harbaugh seems capable of only keeping Michigan in the second
Life has a way of sometimes being more difficult than you can imagine, throwing a curveball when you expected the fast pitch down the center of the plate. We make plans and settle into a routine only to be violently inconvenienced when we least expect it.
Foreign desk: An Arab-Israeli ‘Ray of Hope’ Thirty prominent public figures from 15 Arab countries, some facing “serious personal security issues,” gathered in London last week “to repudiate the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement” against Israel and demand their nations establish “direct civil relations” with the Jewish state, reports Jenni Frazer at the Jewish Journal