Dana Milbank

Washington Post

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Dana Milbank is a political columnist and former national political reporter for the Washington Post. He is the author of Homo Politicus: The Strange and Scary Tribes that Run Our Government and Tears of a Clown: Glenn Beck and the Tea Bagging of America

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A balanced look at George H.W.

Remembering George H.W. Bush

A balanced look at George H.W.

from To the Point

When he spoke to Congress this week, the President began by denouncing incidents of bigotry and intolerance.

Do vigilantes think they're getting the go-ahead from Trump?

When he spoke to Congress this week, the President began by denouncing incidents of bigotry and intolerance.

from To the Point

Last Friday’s October surprise  by FBI Director James Comey hasn’t helped Donald Trump or damaged Hillary Clinton… at least so far.

An FBI bombshell in the final stretch

Last Friday’s October surprise by FBI Director James Comey hasn’t helped Donald Trump or damaged Hillary Clinton… at least so far.

from To the Point

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Several nations have played a role in the WikiLeaks publisher’s demise as corporate media stands idly by.

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"If you raise the bar on what's impeachable, then you end up lowering the bar on what political behavior is acceptable. ...

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President Trump is the fourth U.S. president to face impeachment.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

President Trump and Iran’s Ayatollah brushed with armed conflict this week. Did it all begin with the U.S.

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Impeachment counts as a big legal problem, right?

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Tensions between the US and Iran continue to mount following last week’s U.S. airstrike that killed a top Iranian general. We hear reactions from Iranian Americans living in LA.

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Senators have been sworn in and the trial begins next week.

from Left, Right & Center

A judge ruled that Orange County cannot arrest people for sleeping in public spaces if there are no alternatives.

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