Jonathan Capehart

Washington Post

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Opinion writer for the the Washington Post, where he's also a member of its editorial board; contributor to MSNBC

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Should they impeach President Trump even if they can’t sell any Republicans on it?

Should Democrats go for it?

Should they impeach President Trump even if they can’t sell any Republicans on it?

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Joe Biden is in.

20 in for 2020

Joe Biden is in.

from Left, Right & Center

There's a new word in this year's political vocabulary: "deplorables" -- first used by Hillary Clinton to describe "half" of Donald Trump's supporters.

Politics and the power of a word

There's a new word in this year's political vocabulary: "deplorables" -- first used by Hillary Clinton to describe "half" of Donald Trump's supporters.

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Jobs numbers are up but a recovery still looks rocky as we emerge from the pandemic.

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Josh Barro and Ken White discuss Michael Flynn’s talk of a coup, Trump’s wish for reinstatement, and Little RICO.

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It’s been two weeks since a gunman in San Jose reported to work, opened fire, and killed nine people before killing himself.

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In Tulsa, Oklahoma, President Biden today marked the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, and he unveiled new measures to address the racial wealth gap.

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A lifeguard tower honoring LGBTQ-plus pride was unveiled in Long Beach this afternoon.

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More than half of all American adults have been vaccinated, according to the Biden administration, and life is seemingly speeding back to normal.

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Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the Department of Justice continuing to represent Trump in E. Jean Carroll’s suit, Rudy on tape, special mastering and more.

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For most of American history, abortion has been legal, outlawed only from 1867 to 1973. Now the U.S. Supreme Court might outlaw it again by overturning Roe v. Wade.

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