April 13, 2014 Today's Double Take pair will be the last for the foreseeable future. Mitch Berger says farewell to the fans, and shares two takes on presidents and painting.
April 12, 2014 HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who oversaw the HealthCare.gov rollout, has resigned. Lee Judge thinks she's "taking one for the team," while Daryl Cagle doubts her departure is voluntary.
April 10, 2014 The Supreme Court's campaign finance ruling is still reverberating. Nate Beeler thinks it has been given too much weight, while Matt Wuerker predicts big donors may not like going whole hog.
April 9, 2014 The 2016 election could feature Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton. Jake Fuller doubts GOP conservatives will support Bush, while Chip Bok doesn't think Clinton can run on her record as secretary of state.
April 8, 2014 Author Michael Lewis says high-speed traders have "rigged" the stock market. John Darkow thinks small investors have been duped, while Harley Schwadron finds the allegation of little real concern.
April 7, 2014 President Obama says more than 7 million Americans have signed up for health coverage under the ACA. R. J. Matson snidely deals with the GOP response, while Mike Lester doubts figures will hold up.
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April 6, 2014 Another mass shooting at Fort Hood has restarted America's gun debate. Chip Bok argues that on-post firearm restrictions made things worse, while Adam Zyglis doubts the "good guys with guns" theory.
April 5, 2014 For much of America it isn't spring yet. From Minnesota, Steve Sack is beyond discontent, while Rick McKee thinks Georgians should have been more careful when they wished for winter's end.
April 4, 2014 The Supreme Court overturned a key campaign finance limit. Mike Luckovich sees cash carrying the day, while Nick Anderson suggests a way to show the court it erred.
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April 3, 2014 The Senate and the House held hearings on GM's deadly ignition switch defect. Signe Wilkinson didn't see much "new" about GM, while Jeff Danziger doesn't think Congress rose to the occasion, either.
April 2, 2014 With troops massed on Ukraine's border, many fear another land-grab by Russia. Ed Hall has no doubt about what's next on President Vladimir Putin's plate, while Gary McCoy proposes a cheap deterrent.
April 1, 2014 A U.N. panel's report finds "the effects of climate change are already occurring." Kirk Anderson thinks we'll still proceed heedlessly, while Mike Luckovich doubts we'll like it when we get there.
March 31, 2014 Kaiser Health News commissioned graphic journalism pieces by cartoonists Jen Sorensen and Mark Martin, asking them to recount their experiences with Obamacare. Today, we present Martin's take.
March 30, 2014 Kaiser Health News commissioned graphic journalism pieces by cartoonists Jen Sorensen and Mark Martin, asking them to recount their experiences with the fledgling Obamacare.
March 29, 2014 An National Labor Relations Board official in Chicago ruled that college football players at Northwestern University can unionize.
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