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Trump’s reign is not a presidency. It is an affliction that must be fiercely resisted.
The mass evacuation highlights the ability of people living in democracies to self-organize.
Trump’s attacks on his attorney general show his pathological need to display dominance.
Congress should take precautions now against the tweeter in chief.
No one is above the law. But is there anyone with the authority to prosecute the president?
The world has gone through bouts of anti-Americanism before. But this one feels different.
Adults have gotten used to Trump being Trump. But to see him act that way in front of children . . .
You may be a dead attorney general walking. But don’t enable Trump’s cowardly lawlessness.
The Trump administration has rightly sanctioned the reckless state, but going too far could hurt the Venezuelan people more than the Maduro regime.
Republican leaders offer a big-picture statement on tax reform, but the fiscally responsible details are still to come.
The transit system still lacks local safety oversight, and it is paying a price for it — literally.
Glioblastoma doesn't have to hinder his role in the health care debate.
The United States is getting worse at economic statecraft. China is getting better at it.
Congressional Democrats' Better Deal plan goes after increasingly concentrated corporate power. It's an excellent, pro-market idea that's responsive to unsettling trends.
Cutting short the Russia investigation wouldn’t work the way the president might hope.
Making statements is one thing. Making laws is another.
Our justice system should take these abductions more seriously.
Presidents who win the electoral college but lose the popular vote never really recover.
It’s not so “pale, male and Yale” anymore.
Such a monument would honor a 16-year-long battle.
We should be protecting the Chesapeake watershed more, not less.
William Morva should not have been executed.
Doing so would come at too high a cost and without “sufficient support.”
Give the planned family shelters a chance.