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Bordering on heartless

Instead of fixing the border crisis, it’s all politics.

Needed: A new team

Obama’s White House is in need of a shake-up.

The Medicaid paralysis

Opposition to expansion isn’t just partisanship.

America’s ADD politics

National dialogue is now a series of one-act plays.

Averting our gaze

Why do we allow so much violence in our cities?

Welcome to Free Kiev

It’s an intellectual haven for Moscow’s refugees.

The power of forgiveness

An Israeli soldier’s bullet changed one teen’s life.

Immigration no-brainer

Why won’t Obama close the legal loophole?

Obama caves on Syria

Intervening may throw more fuel on the fire.

Scaring away voters

The tea party dilutes the meaning of “conservative.”

The need for reform now

The border crisis calls for a comprehensive fix.

A ‘national scandal’

Children are suffering due to the Wilberforce chaos.

A voice for the voiceless

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    A voice for the voiceless

    Helping girls requires a united stand.

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  • Good news from the Fed

    Good news from the Fed

    The end of quantitative easing.

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  • Leading the world

    Leading the world

    Isolationism increases the threat of terrorism.

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  • The Army’s next enemy? Peace.

    The Army’s next enemy? Peace.

    How bureaucracy could stifle leadership.

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PostPartisan

More in the GOP’s borderline politics disorder

No, the president doesn’t need to drag his show down to the Rio Grande.

Outlook & Opinions

Saving Iraq

Saving Iraq

The deeply divided nation needs help to fend off Iran and the Islamic State.

Why don’t tech companies do more to stop terrorists?

Why don’t tech companies do more to stop terrorists?

Social media companies should police material that drives ethnic conflict.

Hail to the... Power Players?

Hail to the... Power Players?

Football teams that would reflect Washington values.

Chris McDaniel’s worst week

Chris McDaniel’s worst week

The star witness in his case for an electoral do-over is backtracking.

A tollbooth on Internet creativity

A tollbooth on Internet creativity

The FCC’s paid-prioritization plan for Internet access threatens America’s entrepreneurial spirit.

Up close with Harper Lee

Up close with Harper Lee

In “The Mockingbird Next Door,” Marja Mills paints a warm portrait of the reclusive author and her sister.

We don’t run Iraq

We don’t run Iraq

A former U.S. ambassador responds to an Outlook piece critical of Maliki.

A common cause

A common cause

The U.S. and Iran both have an interest in saving Iraq from the Islamic State.

Best state: Massachusetts

Best state: Massachusetts

It gets A’s for education.

Friends of a feather

Friends of a feather

Bird-watchers have turned their hobby into a pursuit that can become deadly.

Destroy the children to save them

Destroy the children to save them

The boneheaded thinking behind “sexting” prosecutions.

TSA’s worst screening change yet

TSA’s worst screening change yet

No un-charged phones.

Book Reviews