Freddie Gray never had a chance

Police had no legitimate reason to arrest him. But black men enjoy a presumption of guilt, not innocence.

The Insiders: Will Bernie Sanders matter in 2016?

Even taking into account all of Hillary Clinton’s vulnerabilities and flaws, it is unlikely that Bernie Sanders, Martin O'Malley and Jim Webb will have a major impact on the Democratic primaries.

  • Ed Rogers
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Marilyn Mosby’s amazing press conference

In announcing charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore City State's Attorney struck a beautiful balance.



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Two young voices from Freddie Gray’s Baltimore

Thoughtful and clear-eyed about what happened and what should happen in their hometown.

How Western media would cover Baltimore if it happened elsewhere

If what happened in Baltimore and other cities in the United States happened in a foreign country, this is how the West would respond.

Two riots, 23 years apart: From Rodney King to Freddie Gray

“I’ve seen this movie too many times before,” President Obama said about Baltimore. We all have.

The Insiders: What should Republicans say about Baltimore?

If no fresh leadership or creative thinking emerges, I think we all know the routine from here.

  • Ed Rogers
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  • 3 days ago

Three key takeaways from the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage arguments

The risk to the court lies in failing to step up to the historical moment and do so now.

Angry about the Baltimore riots

Two strong black women -- one famous, the other not -- expressed what I felt about what happened.

The Insiders: Republicans are traumatized by the Clintons

The Clinton cult of personality has proven to be so strong that they can skate through where others, if faced with similar accusations, surely would be brought down.

  • Ed Rogers
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  • 5 days ago
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