President Trump is promising a tax cut for middle-income people — wait, wasn’t the first tax cut for them too?

These “rogue operators” sound familiar.

No blue wave this November will wash away the rift in the party.

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Effective enforcement should be focused on the most repugnant and most socially destabilizing crimes.

Four hundred years of history have imbued African American women with steely determination.

With it goes the role of commissioner of the United States Politics League.

“Slow Burn” left me no longer certain that Bill Clinton didn’t rape Broaddrick. I am, though, hardly certain that he did.

Brand them as the pariahs they are.

We should view our commitment in Afghanistan in a different light — not as a war that will eventually end but as an outpost of homeland defense.

His eruptions betray a lingering anxiety about unreadiness for the task at hand.

The Henry Liu case provides some hope that the fallout from the murder of Jamal Khashoggi could be positive, if Americans and Saudis rise to the challenge.

Don’t let bullies such as Trump bait you.

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The disastrous war should not have any U.S. support.

Does Mr. Trump actually want to encourage new waves of undocumented immigrants?

He’s substantive and serious. His Republican opponent, Amie Hoeber, isn’t.

FILE - In this July 26, 2018, file photo, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp appears during a unity rally, in Peachtree Corners, Ga. Stacey Abrams, the Democrat vying for the governorship of Georgia, is ratcheting up her assertion that Kemp is effectively suppressing minority and women voters, setting up a defining fault line in one of the nation's premier midterm election contests. (AP Photo/John Amis, File) (John Amis / AP)
FILE - In this July 26, 2018, file photo, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp appears during a unity rally, in Peachtree Corners, Ga. Stacey Abrams, the Democrat vying for the governorship of Georgia, is ratcheting up her assertion that Kemp is effectively suppressing minority and women voters, setting up a defining fault line in one of the nation's premier midterm election contests. (AP Photo/John Amis, File) (John Amis / AP)
For centuries, voter fraud has been used as an excuse to restrict the vote.
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Drought and heat waves are bad news for barley.

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His centrist liberalism helped create the current political crisis.

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Universities seek diversity because it produces a better educational experience.

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Trump's criticisms of the Federal Reserve are wrong. But the Fed plays too key a role in the economic lives of Americans to make it off-limits to elected officials.

Dissecting an essay that kills only straw men.

From picket lines to prisons to the polls, women’s rage has been a powerful political force.

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We need to bring back the celebratory atmosphere that animated Election Day in the 19th century.

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No, it doesn’t design its products to need rapid replacement.

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Working in retail made the aspirational real. When I sold a crystal jar, I bought a Diane von Furstenberg dress.

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President Trump arrives for a political rally at Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)
President Trump arrives for a political rally at Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)
Even before Michael Cohen's guilty plea, the president was in serious jeopardy.

Drought and heat waves are bad news for barley.

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His centrist liberalism helped create the current political crisis.

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Universities seek diversity because it produces a better educational experience.

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Trump's criticisms of the Federal Reserve are wrong. But the Fed plays too key a role in the economic lives of Americans to make it off-limits to elected officials.

Dissecting an essay that kills only straw men.

From picket lines to prisons to the polls, women’s rage has been a powerful political force.

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We need to bring back the celebratory atmosphere that animated Election Day in the 19th century.

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For centuries, voter fraud has been used as an excuse to restrict the vote.

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The D.C. Council created a program for formerly incarcerated citizens that it then didn’t fund.

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In Chespeake, it’s a misdeamnor crime to knock on doors after a set time or age.

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The Lyttonsville bridge is passing into history.

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Carpooling is good for commuters and the environment. Why is D.C. hassling drivers?

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Incumbent Republican Barbara Comstock has to overcome the president’s drag.

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