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The problem is rent control doesn’t do anything about the reason rents are rising.
What can the U.S. learn from the tiny island nation?
It should be illegal to use “non-disclosure agreements” to mask evidence of crimes.
My dad and I shared sense of humor through years of joyful and grievous times.
Sen. Charles E. Grassley is right to try to offer a check on the presidency's ever-growing powers.
DeWitt asked the D.C. Council to approve a sports betting contract that reeks of cronyism.
The Republicans' stance is meanness for the sake of meanness.
Democrats’ progressive lions must lay down with the Democrats’ moderate lambs.
One effective way to correct unhealthy social-media habits is to “fast” for a few weeks and then come back with strict limits on use.
Meanwhile, whatever happened to Beto?
Electing someone who wants to bring back pre-2016 America isn’t just unsatisfactory, it’s a threat.
The son of Italian immigrants, he worked several jobs to keep us afloat, but never laughed at my dreams.
To understand Fairstein’s mistakes in the Central Park jogger case, look to the system she fought to change.
Democrats must open an impeachment inquiry without delay.
Wars fought in the shadow of nuclear clouds would make past sacrifices pale into insignificance.
A bipartisan approach to reducing student loan debt is on offer.
A trade war between the two global giants threatens to escalate into a new Cold War.
Calling out her behavior would serve as a rebuke to both the offender and to the president.
Perhaps nearby countries will follow its lead.
As we saw during WWII, the two are inextricably linked.
The one thing that we’ve never lost, though, is food — specifically, the wild game that he and my uncles and cousins bring home every hunting season.
This was the Founders' biggest worry
“This is the summer I’ll get a ‘beach body!’ ” I will scroll through a few vegan food blogs in bed before I pass out with my laptop open. Sometimes, I will walk by a juice bar and consider buying som...
Rich people eat it, too — and it doesn’t deserve all the blame for obesity.
The aims of the mysterious new “Commission on Unalienable Rights”
The backcountry — and adventure — were the greatest gifts he could have given me and my sister.
The score, and the criticism of it, both reflect the unequal treatment of women’s sports.
The key hang-up is whether the D.C. Council can redirect millions of unspent tax dollars sitting in Events DC’s accounts.
Once a marvel, the hydroelectric dam had stopped functioning decades ago. It’s finally gone.
The high-paid advocates who fill committee rooms are picking or padding somebody’s pockets.
Popular support has led to enfranchising all but one group. It’s time to rectify that.
Alternative sentencing could save the state money and keep people out of prison.