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Jeff Sessions’s revival of the failed policies of the past has little hope of reducing violent crime or drug overdoses.
The Trump administration has no right to stonewall questions from lawmakers.
Trumpism is, at core, at war with itself.
A case from Wisconsin could mire the court in the “political thicket.”
These women have been imprisoned for years, yet they continue to inspire me and many others.
Creative disruption is tiring, but the alternative is far worse.
The U.S. has world-historic levels of incarceration and law enforcement. Maybe it’s time for a new approach to criminal justice.
Miracles rarely happen in politics, and suburban Atlanta Republicans were loyal enough to decide it wasn’t their job to deliver one.
The Supreme Court just opened the door for discriminatory commercial speech.
Lending standards are often too lax, resulting in unnecessary losses for the Treasury and harm to borrowers.
The manslaughter conviction of a teen who egged on her boyfriend’s suicide raises fresh questions about free speech.
Congress must address America’s military escalation in the region.
The Supreme Court is right to review our home state’s unfair districting.
Even if senators keep the bill hidden for now, they will eventually have to own its consequences.
The U.S. should implement sanctions on those involved in the sweeping violations of human rights happening in Crimea.
Are the allegations from school board members legitimate, or were they a reckless action?
Based on their proposed long-term cuts to Medicaid, the Senate health care bill is worse than the House version.
As long as juries see cops as inherently honest and reasonable — and black men as inherently threatening — body cams and dash cams won’t solve our police brutality problem.
How the health-care economy squeezes diabetics
Actually, flying is cheaper than ever — and it’s more fuel-efficient than driving.
Moon Jae-in, who took office last month, thinks his country needs a different strategy to contain its northern neighbor.
A bleak sign of the times.
We need a new way to classify these attacks.
Traveling on the Patuca River in Honduras, you can see kleptocracy’s effects.
Parents have to overcome their own operator errors.
Yes, men have biological clocks, and they feel pressure to “have it all,” too.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe should commute William Morva’s sentence.
The Fairfax County School Board will make a decision this week.
This deficit of state leadership could not come at a worse time.
Council members failed to fund an innovative program to help former prisoners.
A summer weekend in D.C. long ago, with few regrets.