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The Real Scandal of Hillary Clinton's Emails

It’s not what she wrote—it’s her tendency to wall herself off from alternative points of view.

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah prepares for a meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee in April.

If the Government Made People Do Good, Would that Be Bad?

Senator Mike Lee fears enrolling women in the Selective Service is a dangerous precedent that may lead to mandatory service for things like national security and the public good.

Jean-Léon Gérôme's "Socrate venant chercher Alcibiade chez Aspasie"

The Trump Comparison You Have Not Heard Yet

A classics professor writes that Trump’s raucous campaign style is nothing new. He introduces us to a chariot-racing statesman from ancient Athens who may have given Trump a run for his money.

A Zika virus researcher at the NIAID Vaccine Research Center pipets samples in April.

Was a Senator’s Report on Waste in Federal Science Grants More Wasteful Than the Research Itself?

Scientists and agency officials say Hill report does not present a full and accurate picture of their projects and the merits of their work.

Play of the Day: Clinton Email Conversation or Game of Thrones?

Late-night further examines the State Department IG report.

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Battle of the Surrogates

Hillary Clinton can call on just about any elected official in the Democratic Party, including a past and current president. Donald Trump, not so much.

Play of the Day: Clinton's Email… Again

The release of an IG report means late-night TV can joked about Clinton's terrible records management.

Then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton checks her Blackberry from a desk inside a C-17 military plane bound for Tripoli, Libya.

State IG: Clinton Ignored Department Protocol in Using Private Email Server

Audit found no evidence the former secretary of State ever sought approval for her email practices.

Obama Floats Above the Malaise in His Job Approval Ratings

Ratings reach two-year highs even though most voters think the country is headed on the wrong track.