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Too many of my fellow Christians voted for degradation of the beautiful world God created.
What’s not to love about a plan that would allow the president-elect to tax imports, subsidize exports and get Mexico to underwrite border security?
As our jobs as journalists become more critical, here are principles that all members of the fourth estate would be wise to consider.
He doesn’t realize he’s the new LBJ.
African Americans are not huddled masses in inner-city dystopias.
Outgoing Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz lays out why.
With charity for none and with malice toward all but his supporters, he has set a new standard for gracelessness in victory.
The war against the head of the Office of Government Ethics must stop.
Happy MLK Day!
Democracy demands we accept the result — and get to the bottom of Russian meddling.
Right now we’re experiencing a sugar high. But disillusion and disappointment may set in within a year.
The NAACP and the Anti-Defamation League will stand firm in a civil rights partnership.
Encourage the country to treat both trading partners and its own people fairly.
His team’s bias against policymaking expertise is shortsighted.
A new report describes awful conditions in solitary confinement for prisoners with physical disabilities.
In his confirmation hearing, the housing secretary nominee questioned the necessity of government backing on mortgages.
The president’s executive clemency acts are late but laudable.
How to love our neighbors as ourselves in the new political era.
Think tanks and national security professionals are concerned about life under Trump. Grow up.
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.
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.