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Only four have been awarded for that war, an injustice to the 1.5 million Americans who served.
A potent cocktail of poison and disinformation.
Three women are suing for the right to tell their stories about him.
They have come to Washington to march, and soon they will come to the polls to vote.
Despite the high costs and disappointing results of our efforts to promote democracy, promoting liberty is still the best agenda.
New national security adviser John Bolton favors war against North Korea and Iran.
The circus continues.
Stop sharing, log off and trust no one.
A do-nothing Washington has given its answer to the post-Parkland question: “With us or against us?”
Young people, don’t let the way I was treated dissuade you from public service.
In our purest early-aughts dreams, connection was what the Internet was all about.
Meaningful gun-control legislation is the best way to curb shootings.
At the White House, rhetorical overkill is intended to conflate illegal immigration and crime.
Lawmakers are right to devote additional funds to the transit system, but they should rethink taking money from other projects to do so.
The new national security adviser’s record of recklessness and belligerence is cause for great concern.
The northern white rhino is effectively extinct, but other rhino populations can be saved.
How foreign policy might — or might not — change now.
The Cambridge Analytica leak is the latest case of “platform authoritarianism” run amok.
A shooting 12 years ago shaped our policy.
He says the U.S. president has no Latin America policy except protectionism.
History is littered with governments that fell because they failed to plot who comes next.
The strange habits of some of history’s most successful people.
How do they cope with a president who does not know what he's doing?
The 'broken' budget system is giving Republicans exactly what they want.
How anti-Semitic ideas can spread without people realizing they're spreading them.
And now, the Parkland students are leading the way.
Spring is (supposedly) here. But until it's warmer outside, here are a few books with which to curl up.
How discredited experts and fields of forensics keep sneaking into courtrooms.
When someone’s hit by a self-driving car, how do we figure out who (or what) is to blame?
Trump's use of nondisclosure agreements in the White House is the latest violation of the public trust.
The Supreme Court has already upheld the freedom not to speak.
I played for the Retrievers years ago. But basketball success is only part of the story.
If something calamitous doesn't happen immediately after he does something, it bolsters his view that he's bulletproof.
The tariff debate reveals a dangerous unwillingness to depart from the status quo on trade policy.
The kingdom's offensive has induced a humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Will President Trump’s new policies help American industry? Yes and no.
No, spying doesn’t increase tension between hostile nations.
The activism never stopped. But the attention to it vanished.
The state’s highway administration refuses to admit it has a speeding problem.
We can take a few steps to ensure their safety.
Changes to the Comprehensive Plan must accommodate all people.
Another legislative session, another sense of deja vu.
Veterans’ health care should be a priority.