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He can huff and puff, but his weasel words reveal desperation in the quest to fund a costly and ineffective idea.
Under Trump, the United States’ image as a nation has been tarnished.
The clues to his erratic, truth-challenged presidency have been on display for years on “The Apprentice.”
Technology has helped us isolate ourselves from other viewpoints, to the detriment of our politics.
Americans are joining civic clubs, publishing newsletters, creating political reading groups, organizing rallies and lobbying lawmakers.
Employees at centers that work with vets and their families are being shortchanged.
The administration’s stance is at odds with public opinion — big-league.
History suggests Trump will struggle to implement sweeping changes.
He has done big things and has plenty of time to get more big things done.
Now is the time to hold direct diplomatic talks with the dictatorship.
Stock prices are historically high by many traditional measures. Will they stay high?
The attorney general has issued a series of orders wrecking efforts to reform police practices, cutting back on voting rights and more.
Metro’s issues stem from a failure to face hard choices honestly that echoes loudly through state and federal governance.
His first responsibility is to keep the government open.
In Russia, gay men are tortured and killed, and those who speak up are threatened.
An inspector general’s report shines light — and raises questions.
Democracy is served when Hill staffs reflect America’s diversity.
Conservatives will likely win, but a united Britain might lose.
Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron both represent outsider movements.
Public moments featuring the Confederate flag.
We asked 10 writers to nominate something we’re better off without. Here are their picks.
No, the deep sea isn’t a lightless abyss.
The prime minister talks about Russia, Libya and Trump.
A combination of E.U. mishandling and domestic developments propelled Turkey to where it is now.
Family courts must take mothers’ concerns of abuse more seriously.
To accommodate longer trains, the commuter service may need to build a new station.
When fake news collided with reality at my pizza shop, we rallied.
Even in death, my father pushes me to action.
As a community of faith, our course of action must transcend politics.