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How we run this leg of the relay race of our lives will define the country our children will inherit.
He certainly doesn’t look happy in the job.
Local laws are enfranchising noncitizens to give them a voice in their communities.
Why is it so hard for everyone to care?
I’m convined that my son will go to college based solely on the strength of his application. But will people underestimate him just the same?
The Civil War talk covers up that the president is already at war with the rule of law.
While we mourn the victims of Barcelona, terrorists are preparing for their next wave of strikes.
Trump’s decision to fire his chief strategist sends a clear signal that the president’s “populism” has always been a ruse.
Catalonians are standing up to two deadly terrorist attacks on their soil.
The president is still the author of his own worst instincts.
Police in Boston and elsewhere must heed the lessons of last weekend’s violence.
And why the right increasingly embraced it.
Despite their unchecked power, history shows that leaders live in fear of the button.
I was a nuclear launch officer, so I know the problems with our system.
We couldn’t necessarily destroy all of North Korea’s on the ground. Or in the air.
How the general’s descendants regard his role in history — and his place atop pedestals.
The debate over a $15 minimum shouldn’t be dominated by one shaky survey.
“Take back” programs can go a long way toward keeping teens away from opioids.
This year’s governor’s race, and beyond.
Evidence shows that a $15 mandate would lead to job loss.
Maryland can’t imprison its way out of a drug epidemic.