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A 1990 essay lays out a flawed democratic scenario eerily similar to the campaign now underway.
Is this the end of judicial review of economic regulations?
At the very least, he lives to be awkward another day.
Cut the guilt-tripping and treating women like fools.
Emerging-market countries are now disappointing in ways that damage the world economy.
They have unknowingly passed the torch to millennials, who don’t appreciate second-wave feminism.
The secretary of state says he is set to make one last try for a cease-fire.
He would like to dispel a fiction — again. And again. And again. And again.
Ms. Bowser’s plan to build a homeless shelter in each ward is promising. Is it realistic?
A stay by the Supreme Court should wake up Congress.
How New Hampshire’s two winners are alike — and how they differ.
Its young men were lost souls coerced or duped into service.
How the Super Bowl might affect fans’ diets on Monday
About all those obsessed “independent” voters . . .
A syllabus for the big game
When voters actually voted, he was not as huge as anticipated.
Switching parties can be a sign of authenticity and decisiveness.
Turns out it's pretty hard to believe in nothing when your psyche is wired for faith.
The anti-government movement has a long history of attracting violent actors who are willing to kill and be killed for their cause.
He gets bear-hugged, for starters.
What should experts do when a vacuous blowhard wins the New Hampshire primary?
A doctor on the front lines calls for an approach based on compassion and public health.
Many jurisdictions had no plan for removing snow from sidewalks.
Weeding out bad actors is good.
A strengthened proposal would pay off for D.C. residents.
The commonwealth should fix the gas tax statewide to ensure better transit for all.