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Encourage the country to treat both trading partners and its own people fairly.
His team’s bias against policymaking expertise is shortsighted.
Did he create our national dysfunction, or was he just its victim?
The president-elect seems to have no interest in the American story he is about to enter.
How did the FBI director influence the election, and why?
Using that kind of legal terminology prematurely wouldn’t help anyone.
The president has betrayed the Cuban people and set a trap for Donald Trump.
Many of Trump’s nominees have offered views at their confirmation hearings that diverge from the president-elect’s positions.
We may never know the extent to which Russia or the FBI tilted the election.
The Patent and Trademark Office aims to preserve the serenity of those Americans who are most easily upset.
Creating Social Security cards with photos or providing affordable passport cards could ensure that no one is denied that right.
I grew up in the industrial heartland, and the great work of my adulthood has been to be honest about the grace and beauty I knew alongside the racism and homophobia and spite.
We can only hope that Donald Trump is more of a stepping stone than a stumbling block.
We’ve got to stop labeling people we disagree with as stupid or evil.
Best-selling author Rick Riordan rebuffs the latest bathroom bill.
He fought hard to preserve the best of America’s principles and values.
Let us not forget that power was at the heart of Dr. King's fight and thus must be at the heart of our own.
It's no way to run a business, or a country.
Alleged sex, Kremlin lies and secretly obtained videotapes
Inaugural balls are crowded and noisy, and the food is served on “upscale plastic ware.”
I grew up working in a food court teriyaki shop. I'll miss the community we formed there.
One last time: What the 44th president learned from the 1st about how to say "goodbye"
He had opportunities to help the working class, and he passed them up.
Undermining confidence in immunization could damage "herd immunity."
Privacy and safety of transgender people are at risk under his proposed bill.
Underused parking garages could be converted to an arena.
D.C.’s handling of the project has been a slow-motion train wreck.
Hidden or poorly situated signs can be fixed.
Promote competition by easing regulations.