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To avoid even the appearance of bias, the special counsel should remove the lawyer who praised Sally Yates from his team.
I’m in awe of the generosity of everyday Americans, but Congress needs to fast-track additional aid and kill a proposed tax on Puerto Rican-made goods.
The GOP’s problems run far deeper than Roy Moore.
That’s a more realistic estimate, over a decade, for the Trump-GOP plan.
Elation is in order because a gross national embarrassment has been narrowly avoided. But curb your enthusiasm.
In the aftermath of Roy Moore’s defeat yesterday, every Republican should reflect on exactly what happened and what we should be thankful for.
There could have been no better place to test the limits of indecency and Trumpism.
The defeat of Roy Moore is more than a reproach of an unfit and morally reprehensible candidate.
There is no evidence to suggest that the special counsel’s investigation has been compromised.
The grieving families of those killed in the mass shooting have taken action on gun violence. What about our legislators?
Tech firms track so much more than just how often you watch a certain movie.
Donald Trump's losing streak in endorsements is now at three.
It's worth trying to figure out how and why we may be on the verge of legislating a terribly damaging tax plan.
We’re still writing the holiday script in our multifaith home.
An industry obsessed with “disruption” hasn't bothered to think about who's being left behind, alienated and insulted by its products.
Those in political opposition need all the political allies they can muster.
I begged Sen. Jeff Flake to listen to my story.
The billionaire already put the site out of business. Now he wants what's left of it.
Regarding the 60-source New York Times story confirming that the president has the emotional maturity of a 4-year-old.
Its fancy new headquarters may be perfect. Not much else is.
I wrote one letter every day, to someone I knew or used to know or wanted to know better.
Barbie is the plastic Larry King — she’s had more weddings than anybody could hope to keep track of. Mattel is exceedingly talented at mashing up the words “bride” and “Barbie.” There’s Barbie...
In one all-too-plausible worst-case scenario, millions die from mistakes and a tweet.
Another good jobs report, but it's going to take a lot more of them for paychecks to catch a real buzz.
“Jerusalem” means something very different to Arabs and Jews.
Should people who want to destroy democracy be able to do so?
Their recent rhetoric echoes an old narrative.
He tells far more lies, and far more cruel ones, than ordinary people do.
The pretense of U.S. neutrality is finally finished.
A man accused of hitting on children at the mall is not likely to represent the interests of children while in office.
And how to understand the contest between Roy Moore and Doug Jones.
MIT’s Sherry Turkle has concerns about Jibo and other sociable AI.
Cars are here to stay, so traffic planning must focus on adding more routes for them.
Federal law mandates that universities share campus rape statistics with the Education Department but not with law enforcement.
Other governors have done better.
Our students are leaders and scholars, but they need the community to help them succeed.
The District is getting your goat.