Donald Trump has handed Hillary Clinton a big lead in Virginia, writes E.J. Dionne. And the same...
“Even the most secure nation needs to pay attention to tangible dangers, including small ones,” writes Steve Chapman. “But it shouldn't let itself be spooked by shadows.”
The U.S. spends more than twice what other industrialized countries spend on drugs. Why? Because of long government-granted monopolies.
“It's not wrong to want to keep out those who would do us harm — we should absolutely be thinking about better screening,” writes Esther J. Cepeda. “But restricting entry to only those who can traverse (or fake) an ideological purity quiz doesn't even pass the smell test....
“So, the FBI found about 15,000 documents/emails sent or received by Clinton that were not part of the 30,000 emails her own search turned up,” writes Chris Cilllizza. “It's not clear, of course, whether any/all of these emails and documents were work-related.”
Kathleen Parker asks, “Which is the real Trump? The guy who insults everybody, or the one who almost says he's sorry and wants to bring the country together?”
“This was a week in which any number of developments could have put Clinton on the defensive,” writes Dan Balz. “Instead, days of turmoil inside Donald Trump's campaign made the Republican nominee the big story — and the coverage of his campaign was anything but flattering....
Donald Trump has handed Hillary Clinton a big lead in Virginia, writes E.J. Dionne. And the same thing is happening in North Carolina.
In a free society, people live and let live. If French politicians don’t like burkinis, they have an option, writes Steve Chapman — don’t wear one.
“Clinton's struggles with the press conference format are a major part of why she hasn't done one in so long,” writes Chris Cillizza. “Why do something you aren't good at unless you absolutely have to?”
A storm dumped 2 feet of water on Baton Rouge. Louisiana, in 48 hours, producing floods that killed at least 11 and damaged thousands of homes. Is extreme weather the new normal?