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As a reporter investigating President Richard Nixon, I received multiple leaks from high-ranking sources.
The American Dream has come under attack as corporations chase quick profits at the expense of their workers.
The constitutionality of the order depends on whether courts pay attention to the president’s statements.
The arts were a lifeline for students like me.
To pretend the judiciary isn’t ideological, as the Supreme Court nominee did, is naive and irresponsible.
Expect improvements, not a revolution.
American health insurance is too closely tied to employment. The Republican plan makes the problem worse.
Either he’s clueless, or he thinks everyone else is.
What we learned from the politics of the Supreme Court nominee’s Senate questioning.
The replacement for Obamacare has been attacked on all sides. Is there an argument for the bill?
Police are increasingly using face-recognition technology. But is it right?
The actions of America’s allies — and enemies — depend on our perceived credibility.
Neil Gorsuch reminds us that there are still grown-ups in public service.
Preserve the filibuster for future nominees and give Trump’s pick an up-or-down vote.
Trump and Tillerson should try the full-court economic press that was applied to Iran.
Montgomery County should review security policies, but the case shouldn’t be used as fodder for immigrant-bashing.
A brief ode to "The Expanse" and my favorite fictional politician on television right now.
You won't find a stiff upper lip among the hysterical right-wingers responding to Wednesday's attack.
Republicans plan to make two trips to the tax cut well, and Trip 1 paves the way for Trip 2.
Paul Ryan wants to shift the burden of health-care costs. His plan is a moral and economic failure.
No, its president isn’t a dictator, and the country isn’t secular.
'Somebody else's babies' don't threaten our civilization, but they have shaped it in important ways throughout American history.
The alternative minimum tax is a bipartisan boogeyman. Yet it forced the president to pay his fair share.
Keep on dialing.
The president could set an ethical example by expanding his D.C. dining options.
Opening her room at Monticello will force us to acknowledge her mark on our history beyond the role she’s thus far been assigned.
For the second time, revisionism and reconstruction march hand in hand.
Regulatory uncertainty should not mean higher bills for customers.
Regional growth, traffic and timing are all issues.