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Trump’s embrace of the Jewish state means it has to define its goals.
Hey, you elected him. How long until you stand up to him?
Legislators shouldn’t be allowed to own stock while making law.
He has been dealt a great hand on meeting this challenge. Will he play it?
The new president is about to discover that he can’t simply order up the change he wants.
Progressives mustn’t let the passion of the Women’s March fade away.
Trump lied at the CIA, and then dispatched his press secretary to lie about the lies.
Specifically, fiscal pain. There are at least three major reasons why.
Three missions for my brethren in the age of our new president.
A sheepish Sean Spicer tries to mend things with the media.
It may not have been wrong for him to trade stocks related to his Capitol Hill work, but it should have been.
Having killed the TPP, will Trump examine NAFTA in good faith?
By refusing to share information with the public, the president fuels suspicions that he has something to hide.
China's rising levels of hypocritical power.
I've spent my life caring for people who need help. The GOP is about to make that much, much harder.
The impact of Republicans' war on Obamacare will likely be worse than anyone expects.
No, he doesn’t have the worst record on civil rights — but he’s no champion, either.
The ultimate microeconomics: One job, and one tweet, at a time.
A dangerous new trend in political attack.
Wealthy Americans have served the country well. But usually they have a record of putting the greater good above self-interest.
Massoud Barzani talks with the Post about beating the Islamic State and forging a separate path for his people.
Every executive since Washington has recognized the branding power of the painting.
A teaching method obsesses over our differences.
You have to start at the state legislature.
Organizers should engage the public early, and get people excited, connected and ready to participate.
The experience was not what we expected.
Privacy and safety of transgender people are at risk under his proposed bill.