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He’s walking on a pledge to rebuild the Navy.
In Saudi Arabia, Trump directly called on the Muslim world to defeat the forces of terrorism and extremism.
The president’s budget is built on lies and broken promises.
In both style and substance, the 45th president is the antithesis of the 35th — especially on trade.
The Democrat winning the special election would be a warning sign for the GOP.
While venting after tragedy is understandable, politicizing those emotions will only make things worse.
What the president could learn about crisis management from the Clinton White House.
The subprime mortgage era saw the “Big Short.” Today’s milder analogue may be the “Trump Short.”
Trump may be following in Nixon’s footsteps, but he could still win the battle for America’s soul.
Bareheaded and beautiful, they made a lasting impression on Saudi women.
Did the president know where he was?
The conspiracy theories surrounding his death cause us unbearable pain.
Time to drain Washington’s swamp of historical footnotes memorialized in statuary.
The office estimates that 23 million more people would lack insurance in a decade.
Race was an impermissibly dominant factor in the drawing of two North Carolina congressional districts, the court determined.
A federal judge puts the project in jeopardy.
Everyone criticizing journalist Ben Jacobs for calling the cops after being assaulted is, in fact, a huge dork.
Voters mistakenly threw the dice on Trump, and it’s clear that they rolled snake eyes. Now, they need to see what a real progressive agenda looks like.
White nationalism is harmful all the time, even when its leaders are off the clock.
Actually, it was far worse than politics as usual.
Policy vs. personality in Middle East politics
How politics could trip up the new special counsel
After the Comey firing and the Russia intel leak, the I’m-taking-one-for-the-team ship has sailed.
All neighborhoods need to work harder at inclusive housing.
We must do better at preserving African American history.
A library renovation in Hyattsville can’t erase childhood memories.
It’s not hard to figure out why: It’s the pipeline.
A Tysons Corner development project would threaten sensitive land that serves as a pollution buffer.