The media is giving up its place in our democracy.

  • Chris Wallace
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  • 22 minutes ago
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In the age of Trump, rules are ignored and standards of integrity are disqualified.

The party’s central challenge will hinge on its ability to persuade a center-right country to support a more progressive agenda.

  • Doug Sosnik
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  • 20 hours ago
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This means backing moderate candidates and reforming the party structure.

  • Mark Penn
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  • 20 hours ago
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GOP lawmakers say their tax plans will help the middle class. But just the opposite is true.

MBS has pulled back from the brink, but he’s still in danger.

Let’s not rush headlong into expensive and contentious development programs.

  • William J. Perry, James E. Cartwright
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  • 20 hours ago
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Politics, untethered from morality and religion, leaves widespread, infectious corruption.

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Financially undermining universities and their independence would be destructive to the future well-being of the nation.

Capitol Hill must ensure that victims of workplace harassment have access to justice.

It’s long past time to make public basic information about an American being held abroad who allegedly fought with the Islamic State.

Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), speaks during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on nominations in 2017. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), speaks during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on nominations in 2017. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
Republicans aren't going to oust their abusers. If we exile Democrats who behave badly, we'll be hurting women at large.
  • 10 hours ago

Courts tend to infer good faith when they see anti-harassment policies in place — even if those policies are just for show.

  • Lauren B. Edelman
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  • 1 hour ago
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This wave of sexual harassment scandals shows that public humiliation still has a role to play in our society.

  • Joseph Burgo
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  • 3 hours ago
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The candidate has made a career of willfully misrepresenting the ideas he claims to stand for.

  • Randall Balmer
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  • 3 hours ago
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MIAMI, FLORIDA - November 9, 2017: A northern shoreline view from 14th Street beach access in South Beach. (Joseph Michael Lopez/For The Washington Post) (Joseph Michael Lopez / For The Washington Post)
MIAMI, FLORIDA - November 9, 2017: A northern shoreline view from 14th Street beach access in South Beach. (Joseph Michael Lopez/For The Washington Post) (Joseph Michael Lopez / For The Washington Post)
Jeff Goodell warns of sweeping effects from a steep rise in sea levels caused by global warming.
  • Nov 10

Courts tend to infer good faith when they see anti-harassment policies in place — even if those policies are just for show.

  • Lauren B. Edelman
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  • 1 hour ago
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This wave of sexual harassment scandals shows that public humiliation still has a role to play in our society.

  • Joseph Burgo
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  • 3 hours ago
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The candidate has made a career of willfully misrepresenting the ideas he claims to stand for.

  • Randall Balmer
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  • 3 hours ago
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Christians have traditionally rejected the worship of money, sex and power. Do we still?

  • Jim Wallis
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  • 5 hours ago
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Many mass killers have tragically similar histories.

  • Rachel Louise Snyder
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  • 1 day ago
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We don’t think of freedom like our predecessors did.

  • Elizabeth Bruenig
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  • 6 days ago
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Even progressive spouses don’t divide burdens equitably. The children notice.

Being in on an open secret feels like doing something. But it’s not.

  • Kath Barbadoro
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  • Nov 10
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Traditional schools get money that charters don’t.

  • Patricia A. Brantley, Irene Holtzman
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  • 24 minutes ago
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No less than everything is at stake after the Nov. 7 elections.

  • Mark J. Rozell
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  • 24 minutes ago
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At my Baltimore school, we played “Let’s get the black boy.” I was the black boy.

  • Kofi Elijah Whitehead
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  • 24 minutes ago
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How your chicken sandwich could lead to an extended hospital stay.

  • Jordan Cooper, Ellen Silbergeld
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  • Nov 10
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Virginia’s Bob Goodlatte wants to stop the EPA from enforcing a crucial pollution rule.

  • Brian E. Frosh, Mark R. Herring, Karl A. Racine
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  • Nov 10
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