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Beware the government/contractor/nonprofit complex, which consumes 40 percent of GDP.
The federal government must lead when it comes to discrimination on the basis of sex.
I grew up in coal country. We should protect people hurt by lost jobs.
The best examples draw from the fundamentals of great storytelling.
The era of Trumpism is the time for progressives to reshape this conservative ethos.
Kellyanne Conway is right: CPAC has become TPAC.
We need more testing, not less, to make sure new drugs get a thorough evaluation.
The celebration can’t obscure the wounds of the past or the racial disparities that remain today.
President Trump’s guidance shames students for who they are.
Americans are so easily dazzled by invocations of the f-word that merely dropping an f-bomb is supposed to shield any big-government action from criticism.
Maybe there are benefits to the Trump administration’s two-track, two-reality foreign policy.
The White House is putting children at risk of harm.
The Kremlin’s attempts to subvert politics are not limited to the United States.
“The Wise Kids” is a movie all Christians should watch.
Outsider candidates such as Emmanuel Macron in France are galvanizing voters fed up with business as usual.
Contacts between FBI officials and Trump’s chief of staff are troubling and should not become business as usual.
Washington should do more to support democracy advocates in Havana.
The city should assist any hurt by its lab’s errors.
This tiny category of discretionary spending helps keep America safe.
Trump's new adviser will need to avoid the Vietnam-era mistakes he studied.
He hoped his strategy would win the war. But 'Restoring Rights' was less than perfect, and victory would be short-lived.
It isn’t just government control that can be ‘Orwellian.’
He changed the way I saw my co-workers and our country.
Gender isn't complicated if you actually get to know transgender people.
Real progress requires a concerted, sustained effort.
Lionizing a traitor is not in the city’s best interest.
Medications are finding their way in massive quantities into Maryland’s prisons and jails.
The county’s inaction hurts us all.
“Reverse retrocession” may be just the ticket to voting rights for District residents.