[W]all Street ... won’t lament [Easterbrook's] departure, given the legal and reputational risks associated with inappropriate behavior on the other side of the Atlantic.
As these two economic systems and their thinking are incompatible, they will never achieve mutual understanding ... so the conflict will go on.
"I wish the person who succeeds Trump ... good luck, because they’ll inherit a totally chaotic world."
[Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez] demonstrated that the social network does not think it is its responsibility to judge the veracity of shared information.
The belief that the U.S. needs only to retreat into its “American fortress” to avoid peril is an illusion. Attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon should teach us a lesson.
Ultimately, those who loved Donald Trump in 2016 support him more than ever. And those who hated him now hate him even more.
This return to the old formula is likely to frustrate more than one viewer. And yet, it is probably Disney's most promising tactic.
[T]he confusion that he sowed concerning the withdrawal of American forces ... is unheard of and unprecedented.
These allies to whom they owe so much are left at the mercy of the Turkish army.
As long as the GOP assembles behind him and the economy holds steady, Trump will remain in office.