Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Opinion

Plus: NYPD's immense political power, ICE will soon know where you've been, and a year after "reforms," Virginia is still suspending driver's licenses for unpaid court fees.

  • Opinion

Despite suffering an unfathomable injustice, Levon Brooks lived his last years with empathy, love and joy.

  • Opinion

Look at the legislation they're pushing.

  • Opinion

Plus: Vermont legalizes pot, "get out of jail free" cards, and Ursula Le Guin dies.

  • Opinion

Northern California now grows more pot than anywhere else in America does. But in the 1980s, it looked like a war zone.

  • Opinion

Plus: The 50th anniversary of Johnny Cash playing Folsom Prison, why Obama came up short on criminal-justice reform and the prosecutors who refuse to believe in innocence.

  • Opinion

The victim was unarmed and hadn't threatened violence against anyone when a SWAT team killed him.

  • Opinion

Plus: Kamala Harris's regrettable record on prosecutor misconduct, mass government malfeasance in the Bundy case, and federal law enforcement agencies hide shady, possibly illegal origins of criminal investigations

  • Opinion

The state's original ban on pot came at a time when no one there was using it.

  • Opinion

Plus: Sessions backlash fuels legalization hopes; marijuana and federalism; and what we don't know about police stops.

Load More
Most Read
subscribe
The story must be told.
Subscribe to The Washington Post

opinions

the-watch

Success! Check your inbox for details.

See all newsletters