Blogs & Columns
End the NSA’s collection of phone data.
Liberals are enjoying a comeback.
A new book misses the mark on the Holocaust.
The decline of religion as civic assumption.
The Koch brothers step in.
Venezuela’s other crisis gets hard to ignore.
(Marco Bello / Reuters)
Families are doing government’s job.
(Nikki Kahn / The Washington Post)
Ban salary negotations.
(Josh Edelson / Bloomberg)
Colbert I. King
It’s hard to absorb so many stories about death, crime and humans degrading one other.
Warren and Democrats should be down with TPP
The Insiders: The Islamic State is entirely a creation of Obama’s policies
The Insiders: Why Lindsey Graham, George Pataki and Bobby Jindal are important
Tom Toles Cartoon
More Toles Cartoons and Blog Posts
Ann Telnaes Animation
More Telnaes Animations
Letters to the Editor
Outlook & Opinions
L. Rafael Reif
New ideas based on new science aren’t getting the funding they need.
For a fee, Jen Glantz will be a bride’s everything.
Turning your lights off at dusk will result in better sleep plus a period of serene meditation every night.
We need to stop prosecuting bad behavior as rape.
In ‘Running From Office,’ Jennifer L. Lawless and Richard L. Fox explain why young people disdain politics.
Leana S. Wen
Treating addictions and mental health problems can heal the city.
Richard Carmona, Joycelyn Elders and David Satcher
Sex education can help ensure that young people take responsibility for their sexual health.
Laura J. Kray
At the bargaining table, women are in a no-win situation.
Kenneth W. Ford recounts his role in the invention of the hydrogen bomb.
All we need to do is build more roads and raise the speed limits, right?
The agency finds itself without many friends in Congress when it comes to mass collection of phone data.
(Post Typography for The Post)
10 things the world would be better off without.
Challenging everything you think you know.
Most Read: Opinions
Connect with PostOpinions
Facebook: Become a fan of Washington Post Opinions
Twitter: Follow us on Twitter
RSS: Subscribe to our RSS feeds
Alerts: Sign up for news alerts
Mobile: Washington Post on the go
App Store: View our iPhone applications
Voice Your Opinions
Have questions about Post content or practices?
Write a response to a piece in The Post.
Make an argument about a topic in the news.
Join a Discussion
Weekly schedule, past shows
More ways to get us