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We’re not only reversing a decades-long trend, we’re also saving billions of dollars.
This is a good time to be a dictator — and a dangerous time to be a dissident.
The new Italian government is flirting with trouble.
My colleagues rose to the occasion to demonstrate they won't be intimidated.
A slew of female and minority candidates offers one reason to feel hopeful in 2018.
The best-laid plans of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince are unraveling after the abduction and apparent death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Many are pining for a more gentlemanly era. Did it actually exist?
Democrats may need to ask whether #MeToo and other forms of identity politics are the wave of the Democratic future.
The Kavanaugh fiasco has crystallized the stakes for Republicans.
Warren’s DNA stunt was a blunder: She took Trump’s DNA-test dare and let him divide us — again.
Sure, she can now officially claim Native American ancestry, but as Trump said, “who cares?”
Attack ads highlight a Democrat in his brief time as an unsuccessful rap artist — and take his lyrics out of context.
It cannot be a diplomatic cleanup operation conducted by the Trump administration of a regime it has indulged.
Creating a censored search engine could set a dangerous precedent.
The Democrat is smart, serious and substantive. Barbara Comstock is in lockstep with Trump.
We've shown him, over and over, that he can act with impunity.
Supreme Court justices right now have no real supervisors when it comes to ethics, and impeachment has come to seem excessively partisan.
College-educated suburban women are taking political action.
An optimistic — and inclusive — narrative is key to reshaping America
Throughout our fiscal history, when unemployment was as low as it is today, the budget deficit has been small to non-existent. Now, it's $779 billion.
The roots of the attacks on Elizabeth Warren.
The powerful impact of 50 years of activism.
Trump has identified his true allies.
Activists need to resurrect the tactics of the suffrage movement.
How prehistorical developments pushed men to sideline women.
Incumbent Republican Barbara Comstock has to overcome the president’s drag.
Virginia’s experience shows that the risky deals often don’t deliver on promises.
Metro’s tax on the poor adds insult to injury.
Make things easier for riders, not harder.
Much can happen in the final days of elections.