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Every objective indication is that far more people showed up to register dissent over Trump's rise to power than to celebrate it.
Instead of making a much-needed goodwill gesture, he talked about his own sacrifices.
It’s no Occupy … they hope.
When the new president says the government is the problem, he means all government but himself.
Trump’s inauguration showed us what he really cares about — and how to turn the tables on him.
Obama envisioned a similarly dismal America in 2009.
The retired general is surrounding himself with “his battle buddies,” and some people are worried.
That will determine whether Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds belong there.
The president eschewed the usual themes and instead delivered a forceful, dark vision of an isolationist America.
There’s a heartfelt reason I’m attending this event against indignities women experience.
The District is praying up a storm.
Let’s hope the new president is wiser and less impetuous than the candidate many came to fear.
Our country’s ideals are earning boos and jeers.
President Trump’s speech is sure to backfire by fueling his opposition.
On Friday, President Trump claimed to speak for the American people. On Saturday, quite a few of them spoke back.
In their confirmation hearings, they didn’t deny global warming, but they were evasive about the extent of the crisis.
President Rodrigo Duterte threatens martial law in his war on drug users and dealers.
His predecessors tried to inspire. He focused on "American carnage."
The ultimate microeconomics: One job, and one tweet, at a time.
The ominous history of the new administration's watchwords.
No, he doesn’t have the worst record on civil rights — but he’s no champion, either.
A dangerous new trend in political attack.
Wealthy Americans have served the country well. But usually they have a record of putting the greater good above self-interest.
Massoud Barzani talks with the Post about beating the Islamic State and forging a separate path for his people.
Every executive since Washington has recognized the branding power of the painting.
A teaching method obsesses over our differences.
You have to start at the state legislature.
Organizers should engage the public early, and get people excited, connected and ready to participate.
The experience was not what we expected.
Privacy and safety of transgender people are at risk under his proposed bill.