Nobody contradicts himself as forcefully, fluently and frequently.

Solving it will require the assent of well-off suburbanites, many of them in liberal communities.

This sector has long been battered by forces beyond its control.

The Fourth of July is a D.C. celebration for everyone, not just the president.

A better future will require an end to the regime’s cruelty, corruption and incompetence.

Trump has shown no ability to grow in office; but then it’s hard to learn if you all you read is Fox News chyrons.

He may not win the popular vote, but as Trump made clear in 2016, he doesn't need the popular vote to win in 2020.

Within one month, Buttigieg has jumped from zero percent support among African Americans to 6 percent in the new Post and Courier poll.

If residents are willing to adopt some big-city ideas, they might exert great influence — perhaps with just a visit to the local library.

Cotton and other young Republican senators are all too happy with bellicosity toward Iran.

Productivity and growth definitely matter, but so, too, does the value of our day-to-day lives.

The reality is that the United States no longer has “all the money.”

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I could no longer believe the universe gives you what you deserve.

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The administration is set to greatly improve employer-sponsored care.

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At last year’s Pride parade, I felt hated because of my support of the Second Amendment.

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Who better to forge new border policies than a product of the American Dream?

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Congressional Democrats should take the lesson of Clinton's impeachment: Compartmentalize and weaponize.

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Trump’s devotion to his relationship with Mohammed bin Salman evidently exceeds his respect for Congress.

If carried out, the move will disrupt ongoing scientific research and displace several hundred federal employees with valuable experience.

With the protests comes anxiety.

FILE - In this June 17, 1994, file photo, a white Ford Bronco, driven by Al Cowlings carrying O.J. Simpson, is trailed by Los Angeles police cars as it travels on a freeway in Los Angeles. Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death outside her LA home. Simpson is later arrested after a widely televised freeway chase in the vehicle. (AP Photo/Joseph Villarin, File) (Joseph R. Villarin / AP)
FILE - In this June 17, 1994, file photo, a white Ford Bronco, driven by Al Cowlings carrying O.J. Simpson, is trailed by Los Angeles police cars as it travels on a freeway in Los Angeles. Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death outside her LA home. Simpson is later arrested after a widely televised freeway chase in the vehicle. (AP Photo/Joseph Villarin, File) (Joseph R. Villarin / AP)
After a decade of slow acceptance, white Americans revoked their acceptance of black athletes.
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New York Democrats are trumpeting a new era of “equity” — prematurely.

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Like the candidate, the speech shows some promise and some serious gaps.

After a decade of slow acceptance, white Americans revoked their acceptance of black athletes.

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As we saw during WWII, the two are inextricably linked.

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The one thing that we’ve never lost, though, is food — specifically, the wild game that he and my uncles and cousins bring home every hunting season.

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This was the Founders' biggest worry

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“This is the summer I’ll get a ‘beach body!’ ” I will scroll through a few vegan food blogs in bed before I pass out with my laptop open. Sometimes, I will walk by a juice bar and consider buying som...

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Rich people eat it, too — and it doesn’t deserve all the blame for obesity.

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The key hang-up is whether the D.C. Council can redirect millions of unspent tax dollars sitting in Events DC’s accounts.

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Once a marvel, the hydroelectric dam had stopped functioning decades ago. It’s finally gone.

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The high-paid advocates who fill committee rooms are picking or padding somebody’s pockets.

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Popular support has led to enfranchising all but one group. It’s time to rectify that.

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Alternative sentencing could save the state money and keep people out of prison.

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