A conspiracy of silence allowed sexual predators to flourish in the Pittsburgh diocese Wuerl led for 18 years.

In revoking John Brennan’s security clearance, the president carried out a personal political vendetta.

He has intervened in the proceedings regularly and most often against the prosecution.

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I know John Brennan. He is a man of unparalleled integrity, honesty and character.

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The Queen of Soul was born to sing, and her voice will far outlast her death.

Don’t be so quick to write it off.

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There should be mass defrockings and criminal convictions after the grand jury report on clergy sexual abuse.

The church’s choice: Unstinting penitence or denial of Christ.

North Carolina provides a case study in the fatal conceit.

Pragmatic Democrats who appeal to the center and left are winning in gubernatorial primaries.

Things aren’t getting any simpler.

Short-term health-care plans can offer people affordable options.

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He should press not just to free one Christian pastor but to show an unhinged ruler the costs of playing dictator.

As authorities and lawmakers assess the situation, they should be careful not to overreact.

The program seemed to place a premium on wins over student well-being.

It'll get worse when people with real power join in.
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Without it, more than a headscarf was missing.

There's been a wee bit of blowback.

If you think a racial slur is the only way to determine whether the president is racist, you haven't been paying attention, and you don’t understand what racism is.

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Some lines must be drawn. But I prefer to draw those lines as narrowly as possible.

No matter how much the president loves them, nondisclosure agreements can be enforced for classified information only.

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Monday was a busy day for the #ToddlerinChief thread, with a whopping nine entries. The obvious conclusion to draw is that the president of the United States acts an awful lot like a toddler. But these recent entries also reveal some more subtle clues about how to manage this president for the rest of his […]

Someone asked me: Why does productivity matter to wage growth? Here's my answer.

Anyone pointing to my city to score political points doesn't actually care about it.

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Dinesh D'Souza has painted himself into a very tight intellectual corner.

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Those values have vanished from Trump’s GOP.

Without it, more than a headscarf was missing.

Most states already have laws that rein in armed groups. Officials should use them.

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Slow, expensive and low-quality? Not anymore.

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For some, government by the people was key. For others, it has been expendable.

It helps control the residents, and institutions are rarely punished.

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Trump wants to roll back regulations. But his administration may have an even greater impact by just ignoring them.

A puzzle at the heart of the Mueller investigation.

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An extension of the earned-income tax credit would boost savings.

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Congress has to help.

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Cashless stores hurt the unbanked — and the banked who don’t want to use credit cards.

A partnership with the city brings a network of care to underserved areas.

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Let’s focus on the big safety issues first.

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