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House, Senate negotiators reach budget deal
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Just as the GOP step back from the tea party.
Lessons Republicans need to learn.
Rand Paul bids to limit unemployment benefits.
Conservatives once criticized Nelson Mandela.
Another lesson from Pope Francis.
Economic populism isn’t always popular.
The GOP needs to act on immigration reform.
Nothing is balanced and nothing is easy.
The working class returns to the forefront of culture.
A clash of generations is inevitable.
On foreign policy, we need new ideas.
Conservatives need to drop their fears.
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Using trade deals to improve China.
Marcus W. Brauchli and Lee C. Bollinger
TIt will help prevent bank speculation.
(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
His critics are growing.
Congress — approve the compromise.
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Use poll aggregators. Don’t jump to conclusions about what causes polling changes.
PostScript: Gerson and Pope Francis
A thaw in Obama-Brazil relations
Playing games with George Zimmerman
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20 years ago, if residents wanted something done, they often had to do it themselves.
At cash-strapped Va. colleges, adjuncts carry the load
It’s fine to not build parking at Tysons Metro stations.
What if Bolling took on Mark Warner?
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Our armed forces need help — we have an Industrial Age military in an Information Age world.
He should not be underestimated — but neither should his challenge.
Simon Garfield’s “To the Letter” celebrates the handwritten word.
Jose Andres makes his case for reforming the system.
The wrong ways to help.
Victor D. Cha
Asian nations may seek continued U.S. leadership after air defense grab.
The danger of setting aside national interests.
James Piereson and Naomi Schaefer Riley
There are more and more of them, but can their students fix anything?
Dog meets girl. Girl falls down.
“Story of a Death Foretold” examines the coup against Salvador Allende.
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