The State Department told Congress that at least 176 Americans are still trying to get out of Afghanistan.
Author: Jim Geraghty
Once Again, COVID-19 Hospitalizations Are Increasing in the North, Declining in the South
For four straight weeks, COVID-19 hospitalizations have increased in northern states and declined in southern states.
The No-Follow-Up Administration, Part Two
Joe Biden has a habit of making big announcements and pledges and then forgetting about them.
Quinnipiac Survey: 52 Percent of Americans Say the Country Is Worse Off Than a Year Ago
Quinnipiac polling finds a slight majority of Americans, 52 – 41 percent, say the country is worse off today than it was a year ago.
ARC-Plan-B Shares Fantastic News: 374 Vulnerable Afghans Evacuated Out of Kabul
The Afghan rescue group ARC-Plan-B shares fantastic news: 374 vulnerable Afghans were evacuated from Kabul on Sunday.
Washington Post Columnist to American Consumers: You’re Spoiled!
A fitting slogan for Democrats in 2022: ‘Try to Lower Your Expectations!’
President Biden: ‘I Think Senator Kerry Has a Little Hyperbole There’
Asked about his own envoy’s public worries about not passing a climate bill, Biden responded, ‘I think Senator Kerry has a little hyperbole there.’
Rest in Peace, Colin Powell
The death of Colin Powell comes as a shock, another marker of the end of a better era in our politics.
Jen Psaki: What Chief of Staff Ron Klain Meant to Say Was . . .
Jen Psaki clarifies that White House chief of staff Ron Klain didn’t mean to say the U.S. is lucky to have ‘high-class’ economic problems.
Er . . . This Is <I>Pete Buttigieg</i> We’re Talking About, Right?
Would the supply-chain crisis be any different if Pete Buttigieg had been in the office the past two months?