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One study reasons that stocks aren’t trading far outside of what historical experience would suggest.
We asked readers from around the world to tell us how they get around each day. From Toronto to Shanghai, here’s how they feel about their options.
Why is the president trying to weaken Jeff Flake and Dean Heller?
The total solar eclipse showed me what a treasure it is to be on this miracle planet.
Will the alt-right win?
He doesn’t want to be the president to pack up and go home.
I unplugged for vacation — and only emerged for the eclipse.
Federalism is key to preventing education from being bogged down in regulations.
The Afghanistan strategy the president announced flows from two important insights about the U.S. military engagements there.
The gains in D.C. students’ college-readiness scores are a testament to the school system’s decade of reforms.
The state’s move contrasts with the dismal abdication of the federal government.
Instead of seeing a political dissenter, they saw a national security threat.
When they are not portrayed as monsters, poor people on film are often shown as irredeemable and irresponsible.
And why the right increasingly embraced it.
We couldn’t necessarily destroy all of North Korea’s on the ground. Or in the air.
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.
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.