History comes full circle for the three during the week of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
We have never had a candidate whose speech was so un-Republican and undemocratic.
The nominee played on people's real fears and pains to exaggerate his vague, simplistic solutions.
Fifteen of the Republican nominee's statements get put to the fact-checking test and produce the following range of results
The nominee strides forward as a brooding super hero for a blood-drenched world.
Sandra H. Johnson
For first steps to equality and justice, build a level playing field for kids in poverty.
While Kerry seeks cooperation, U.S. diplomats face harassment.
Laura Huizar and Karen Marty
Under state law, residents met the requirements to place this measure on the November ballot as a charter amendment.
As the national convention in Cleveland shows, the GOP is appealing to voters' deep moral convictions.
Bob "Again" Carney Jr.
With a simple pledge, electors could produce an acceptable presidential alternative.
For reporters, this is a dream convention. Disasters make great stories.
I'm not denying that discrimination exists. But if we could all calm down and listen, perhaps then we could find common ground.
Olympics officials must take the widespread doping scandal seriously.
The Libertarian Party ticket is a long shot, but it may be worth a look from voters dissatisfied with government and the nominees.
There's something almost sad about his need for a perpetual spotlight.
Let's understand the scope of the problem, then develop a response.
Track their internet usage — closely. Fair trade-off?
Every town needs at least a piece of its cultural heritage preserved. This particular area doesn't need another grocery.
Research shows that harsh blue-white LED light negatively affects our well-being — and that we aren't the only species disrupted.
Assessing an attention-getting report from Harvard economist Roland Fryer.
Apparent plagiarism in Melania Trump's address was only one part of truly bizarre, disturbing opening day at the convention.
Taxpayers could be on the hook for billions under overly broad policy.
John E. Haynes
I was on the inside of that fiscal reform process. It didn't happen easily, but it happened — because of the governor's commitment.