An 18-month investigation by the liberal media watchdog Columbia Journalism Review has delivered a major black eye to The New York Times and other Pulitzer Prize winners for their stories about the Trump-Russia saga, finding "serious flaws" in their coverage and no acknowledgment that the accusations of collusion with Moscow were never substantiated.
By Bill Barrow
As the 2024 campaign season begins, political players are looking in the mirror and deciding whether they see an American president staring back.
By Kevin Freking
Fights over increasing the nation's borrowing authority have been contentious in Congress, yet follow a familiar pattern: Time and again, lawmakers found a way to step back from the brink before markets began to panic and the nation risked a dangerous default on its debt.