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Tom Nichols

Professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College

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After a week of scandals, Virginia Democrats are in disarray.

We need to talk about Virginia

After a week of scandals, Virginia Democrats are in disarray.

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Let’s review.

What a weird week.

Let’s review.

from Left, Right & Center

Will they or won't they? With no deal, Congress edges closer to the deadline to avoid a government shutdown.

A shutdown looms, again

Will they or won't they? With no deal, Congress edges closer to the deadline to avoid a government shutdown.

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