The Washington Post

By celebrating victory over debilitating fear, the Clinton campaign's soundtrack takes aim at her biggest political vulnerability.

Fighting for our children is political work. It belongs on our résumés -- and Hillary Clinton's.

Even a political speaker like Bill Clinton can't make something as complex as married life fit neatly into the contours of a fairy tale.

As first lady, Hillary Clinton was the template for the famous gangster's wife. But in the 15 years since, she has become the hero -- or antihero -- in her own story.

Five books, movies and articles that help explain Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump's attraction to him, and what Putinism might look like in the United States.

It also argues that you can have both motorcycle stunts and thoughtful politics in the same movie.

A version of Twitter entirely free of harassment would be a very different social media service.

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Alyssa Rosenberg writes about politics and culture.

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