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When I took the oath of office, I pledged to transfer political power from Washington, D.C., back to the people.
Congress should unite behind a national infrastructure program and a tax-code overhaul.
The Trump administration is seriously damaging the norms of American government.
Imagine the powerful message he would have sent had he chosen to renounce the new White House road to riches.
The mortgage deducation is inefficient and primarily benefits the richest homeowners, but Americans are loath to give it up.
His first 100 days are up. Let’s ignore him for the next 265.
I’m being honored at the White House correspondents’ dinner for my journalism, but I wonder if my Muslim faith will take center stage.
Those traumatized by the brutality and violence that surround them need special attention.
In it, everything goes according to plan.
What did we expect?
Don’t mistake the results of the French presidential election for a sign that populism is abating.
When intelligence officers such as Michael Flynn move from compartmented boxes to a wider world, they’re not good at being normal — and they often pay a price for it.
The outline of Trump’s tax-reform proposal makes no sense.
GOP candidate Corey Stewart wraps himself in symbols many see as racist.
Several original, if imperfect, ideas for corporate reform are circulating in Washington.
Options against North Korea are limited, especially if Trump gets on the wrong side of Seoul with his comments.
Illustrator Steve Brodner's take on Trump's first 100 days.
We should make economic aid contingent on an end to the bounty program.
The pickle of presidents and prime ministers.
The French aren’t “cheese-eating surrender monkeys” after all.
Public moments featuring the Confederate flag.
It is dangerous to criminalize women who seek to end their pregnancies.
Women are crucial to the struggles for civil rights and to end violence.
The Confederate general’s story presents a complicated case.
Reform begins at home.
Family courts must take mothers’ concerns of abuse more seriously.