The archive of all headlines from February 13, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Party leaders had hoped some of the most provocative speech from Republican candidates would have subsided by now, but the battle lines on the issue have only deepened as the South Carolina primary approaches.
History tells us the American people are easily conned when confronted with the promises of politicians, writes Ben Fountain. In 2016, the hairstyles may have changed but the schtick remains the same
Column: After the firing of executive director Charles Lester, it's clear a disturbing shift is at play in the division of labor and power between the commissioners and the commission staff. And that shift benefits property owners rather than the public.Full Coverage: Firing of the California Coastal Commission executive director
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the fiery conservative who used a sharp intellect, barbed wit and a zeal for verbal combat to fight against the tide of modern liberalism, has died. He was 79.SEE THE STORY U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia