Trying to eliminate almost all forms of confidential interaction in government has downsides.

The public must be made to realize that its economic well-being depends on getting our national debt under control.

  • Robert E. Rubin
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How could White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly not recognize that misusing the space was an indefensible violation of our code of values?

  • Jim Hoagland
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The Interior Department no longer will enforce prohibitions on “incidental takes” of birds.

Gamble on a little randomness in admissions to the country’s elite universities.

Voters have a chance to end non-unanimous juries this November. They should take it.

  • John Legend
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Medical education in the U.S. is unnecessarily long. It’s time for reform.

  • Akhilesh Pathipati
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Dishonor and disloyalty seep from the top down, ‘Apprentice’-style.

The truth about Russia is out there, and it is staring every Republican in the face.

Serious, in-depth debates point to a path forward.

Maybe you’re glad Jones is gone, but content moderation also hurts human rights.

  • David Greene
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The dollar’s role as the major global currency limits what the U.S. can change.

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This silly game has gone on far too long.

Austin Tice has risked his life to shine a light in the darkest corners of human existence.

Officers kept bigots and those who rejected them apart during Unite the Right to avoid another Charlottesville.

A man holds a banner as people gather at Freedom Plaza to protest the white supremacist Unite the Right rally held in front of the White House on the one-year anniversary of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA, in downtown Washington, U.S., August 12, 2018. (REUTERS/Leah Millis)
A man holds a banner as people gather at Freedom Plaza to protest the white supremacist Unite the Right rally held in front of the White House on the one-year anniversary of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA, in downtown Washington, U.S., August 12, 2018. (REUTERS/Leah Millis)
To dismantle white supremacy, it's not enough to oppose it. We also have to study it.
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Anyone pointing to my city to score political points doesn't actually care about it.

  • Mikki Kendall
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Dinesh D'Souza has painted himself into a very tight intellectual corner.

Most states already have laws that rein in armed groups. Officials should use them.

  • Mary McCord, Michael Signer
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For some, government by the people was key. For others, it has been expendable.

It helps control the residents, and institutions are rarely punished.

  • Hannah Flamm
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Trump wants to roll back regulations. But his administration may have an even greater impact by just ignoring them.

A puzzle at the heart of the Mueller investigation.

  • Adam Weinstein
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I was editor in chief of the New York Observer when he allegedly had stories removed from the digital archive in secret. That would be a page out of his father-in-law's 'fake news' book.

  • Elizabeth Spiers
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Make it so.

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Those values have vanished from Trump’s GOP.

Most states already have laws that rein in armed groups. Officials should use them.

  • Mary McCord, Michael Signer
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Slow, expensive and low-quality? Not anymore.

  • Richard A. D'Aveni
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For some, government by the people was key. For others, it has been expendable.

It helps control the residents, and institutions are rarely punished.

  • Hannah Flamm
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Trump wants to roll back regulations. But his administration may have an even greater impact by just ignoring them.

A puzzle at the heart of the Mueller investigation.

  • Adam Weinstein
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An extension of the earned-income tax credit would boost savings.

  • David Newville, Joanna Ain
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Congress has to help.

  • Stephen Nash
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Cashless stores hurt the unbanked — and the banked who don’t want to use credit cards.

A partnership with the city brings a network of care to underserved areas.

  • Muriel E. Bowser
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Let’s focus on the big safety issues first.

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