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Supreme Court signals further erosion of separation of church and state in schools
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a challenge from parents in Maine who want to use a state tuition program to send their children to religious schools.
Trump Admits He Fired Comey to Benefit Himself, Reigniting Obstruction of Justice Debate
During a interview this past weekend, former President Donald Trump appeared to admit that he had fired James Comey, the former director of the FBI, in order to hinder his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential race.
Analysis | A Musk Bromance Is No Way to Win Friends at VW
Customers opt for a Volkswagen vehicle because everything tends to gel nicely together: top engineering, a clean design and high-quality finish.
Supreme Court weighs mandating public funds for religious schools in Maine
The U.S. Supreme Court, seen here in Washington, hears arguments Wednesday in a case from Maine that involves religious schools and tuition for students who go there.
Analysis | Why Chile's Presidential Vote Comes at a Crazy Time
Chileans go to the polls on Dec. 19 to choose between presidential candidates from the hard right and the far left.
Perspective | Parents can be clumsy school critics. Teach students to do it better.
My favorite course in high school was U.S. history, taught by a remarkable man named Al Ladendorff.
Biden and Putin make little apparent headway on Ukraine in virtual summit
Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin held a virtual summit on Tuesday but made little apparent headway in defusing the crisis over Ukraine in the wake of a Russian troop build-up, and instead delegated officials from both countries to stay in contact.
Opinion | Should States Be Allowed to Deny Parents Religious Options in School Choice Programs?
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Mr. Bindas is a senior attorney at the libertarian Institute for Justice.
Unapologetic Support for Abortion Rights Must Be a Pillar of the Left
This week the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization - the case that will determine the fate of Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban, and more broadly, the fate of Roe v. Wade.