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Littwin: Of course, it gets weirder. And the stakes so much...

That sound you hear is alarm bells going off across this vast land of ours. Get used to them. They're going to be ringing...

Littwin: Cory Gardner, I’ve got some questions

When we last heard from Sen. Cory Gardner in any detail on Donald Trump, it was a month before the election and Gardner had...

Littwin: Fever is gone; world is still upside down

Careful readers may have noticed I haven't written this past week. I've been out sick, coughing and wheezing and fearful that I had come...

Wiretap: Obama considers using executive authority to expand gun control

Gun control Obama is now considering expanding background checks for gun sales using executive authority, as Hillary Clinton had suggested. It's not clear who thought of...

Wiretap: Obama forced to reconsider U.S. strategy in Syria

Act or yield Russia's military intervention in Syria puts Obama in an increasingly difficult position. Can he stay with the same strategy in Syria or...

Wiretap: Hobby Lobby goes to Washington

It's the biggest case of the year, as the Supreme Court hears arguments about Hobby Lobby's attempt to use a religious exemption to avoid including birth control in its health plans.

Wiretap: Mother Russia’s long trip back to the age of the...

The pessimistic view: "The effective annexation of Crimea marks the beginning of something new and ominous: not another Cold War but, rather, a revival of a chauvinistic and expansive Russian nationalism that goes back to the tsars."

Wiretap: The games are over; Russia goes round the bend

The Orange Revolution never took hold. Putin believes he must take a stand against the West, somewhere. So, the $50 billion he spent on the Olympics goes to waste.

From Russia with no love for Colorado uranium mining climate

Uranium One, a Canadian company mired in controversy over its proposed purchase by a Russian mining conglomerate, is divesting itself of its Colorado mining interests because of “all the politics and all the local sentiment” against uranium mining in the state, an executive told the Colorado Independent recently.