A tourist mecca cut from stone and a sinister delusion of destiny.
The people I met on a recent political expedition on Minnesota's Iron Range were not just welcoming but engaged.
The assessment is up to the electorate, which doesn't always prize experience.
Like the primaries and the impact of media, the DNC hack is just the latest story to morph in a different direction than anticipated.
Overall, it's hard to see what more the Dems could do to position themselves against Trump.
Kristen Day and Charles Camosy
The party platform's extreme planks on this issue, such as repealing the Hyde amendment, are going to drive away moderate voters.
MICHAEL D. SHEAR and THOMAS KAPLAN
Of what could be checked, three claims "true," two "largely true," one "partly true" and one that depends on context.
Allan S. Jaffe
It goes beyond nuisance. I wound up in surgery after a drunken person landed on me after jumping from above.
State's attorney blames everyone but herself for rush to judgment.
Judith Koll Healey
Nowhere was there greater women's political activity in the past four decades than in Minnesota.
Reboot that woodsy place with, say, spa services and Netflix.
It goes back to the dedicated women arrested – for wearing pants.
E.J. DIONNE JR.washington post
The hope and change dreamer has learned the virtues of Clintonesque realism and now promises continuity we can believe in.
The lesson of Dachau rings true today: never again let hate and unchecked power impinge on human life.
It's not just the Soviet Union; the U.S. has done it, too. That's because it works (sometimes).
Just imagine, for a moment, that these conspiracy theories involved Hillary Clinton.
E.J. DIONNE JR.
Urging America to give his wife another look, a political master walked a rhetorical high wire Tuesday night.
Long jumper Darya Klishina got to Rio without cheating.
The party beat back the alternatives, and now its standard-bearer is in a tight race. With Donald Trump!
In 1876 — their first opportunity to run for a seat on a school board — two women were elected "by a handsome majority."
It's bullying. It doesn't matter if it's pervasive. That privacy-abusing locker-room shutterbug and Playboy alumna does not get a pass.
I wish the TV talking heads and stage presence Sarah Silverman had gotten two messages: One — TPP opposition matters. And two — don't squeeze the Bern.
In 1968, there was similar national upheaval, and the candidate was on his way to overcoming a similar sense of old vs. new and good vs. bad.