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Sorry: Facebook was never ‘free’

You’ve likely spent a thousand hours or more on Facebook over the past decade. Did you think that the energy-sucking server

Cuomo’s ‘pro-woman’ agenda is all about gifts to abortion extremists

Gov. Cuomo isn’t shy about his proposed budget for 2019, crowing on his Web page that he is “Realizing the Promise of Pro

Collusion conspiracy theorists are going nuts over yet another obvious dead end

Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee this week wrapped up a yearlong investigation of Russian interference into th

Cutting welfare to illegal aliens would pay for Trump’s wall

Mexico won’t have to pay for the wall, after all. US taxpayers won’t have to pick up the tab, either. The controversial b

Uncle Sam must rein in retirement benefits or we’re headed for economic disaster

The American polity recently tore itself apart debating the morality of adding $1.5 trillion in tax cuts to the national debt

Guns, immigration and the cultural civil war

Set aside what you think of guns or immigration as a matter of public policy or even morality. Instead, think of them as dye

Boycotting the NRA is guaranteed to backfire

In the wake of the Parkland massacre, the National Rifle Association is on its heels. A mass shooting like the one in Parklan

Supreme Court case could deal major blow to unions

On Monday the US Supreme Court will hear Janus v. AFSCME. At issue are the constitutionality of laws in 22 states — includi

Democrats’ endangered dreams of a 2018 wave

It turns out that, with apologies to Nancy Pelosi, Republicans really did have to pass the tax bill so people could find out

Turning the tables on OPEC

A member of OPEC recently bought 700,000 barrels of US oil — about as huge a symbol of change as you could ask for. Thanks

No, Republicans aren’t waging a war on G-men

The Republican Party is the law-and-order party. That’s not new, and it isn’t seriously contested. However, according to

Comey didn’t denounce the dossier and other comments

Conservative: US Democracy Is Alive and Well Commentary’s Noah Rothman chides the Economist Intelligence Unit, which last y

Why top Republicans are fleeing the House

It seems the allure of a House chairmanship just isn’t what it used to be. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) this week became the late

New film accidentally exposes Team Obama’s foreign-policy naivety

In a moment of woeful irony in the Obama-administration documentary “The Final Year,” UN Ambassador Samantha Power travel

In the social-media era, it may no longer be ‘the economy, stupid’

Though many of President Trump’s boasts of achievements far surpassing his predecessors haven’t been exactly true, it loo

It looks like Trump got through to ‘Little Rocket Man’

For all the horror over President Trump’s “fire and fury” tough talk on North Korea, South Korean President Moon Jae-in

On the economy, Trump has been crazy like a fox

With the Dow crossing 25,000, it’s worth pointing out the pitfalls that could reverse some of those gains — and how to av

Why the young people of Iran are rising up in protest

Roozbeh Mirebrahimi is an Iranian-American journalist living in New York City. He is currently the editor-in-chief of the Per

Watch your wallet: Cuomo wants to ‘restructure’ taxes

When Gov. Cuomo gives his State of the State Address on Wednesday, he’ll have a chance to explain his plan to “restructur

Melania’s no tree-killer — that Jackson Magnolia needed urgent attention

First Lady Melania Trump made a tough but necessary decision concerning a historic piece of the White House. Yet that didn’

The movement to impeach Trump is just beginning

Before you settle down for a long winter’s nap with adult visions of sugar plums, consider a key fact about the 2018 midter

Dem’s shocking about-face on Franken

What if Al Franken Unresigns? Senate Democrats have “put a new twist” on the notion of “zero tolerance,” says Edward

Ugly as Mueller’s investigation may look, it’s on track to clear Trump

There was a rush to judgment last week on Peter Strzok, a top FBI counterintelligence agent and one of the lead agents on the

Yet more ammo for the ‘fake news’ critics

Here they go again — the news media, that is, racing to run stories meant to discredit President Trump’s 2016 election vi

Trump’s Russia problems are all Jeff Session’s fault

Not many years ago, an ad for a newspaper warned that, “If you miss a day, you miss a lot.” Now you don’t need a day to