‘The American War’ Podcast
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The party should open its presidential primaries to independent voters and strip superdelegates of their convention votes.

With the proliferation of cyberwarfare, proceeding without safeguards is madness.

Foreign policy and human rights considerations might be casualties if the Commerce Department takes over licensing of small-arms exports.

In at least three ways, Emmanuel Macron can be seen as a bulwark against Trumpism’s worst possibilities.

No supporter of the deceitful Cassidy-Graham bill can ever claim to be responsible on health-care policy.

The focus on medical insurance, while important, doesn’t address the inefficiency of the health-care sector.

I was identified as a different person who was a year older than I was. My parents also had taken on false identities.

  • Allan Gerson
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As teens date, drive and drink less, it serves to look at what (or who) informs their choices.

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Free expression, not coerced conformity.

A dormant board overseeing intelligence is coming back to life.

Ed Gillespie’s plan is even fuzzier than Ralph Northam’s.

(EPA/Ritchie B. Tongo)
(EPA/Ritchie B. Tongo)
Our lawmakers don’t understand technology well enough — or are too beholden to business interests — to protect the public.
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Some thoughts on that survey claiming college students are hostile to free speech.

Republicans were clearly not ready to take power. Democrats must avoid that fate.

  • Eric Harwood
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Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin embraces President Jimmy Carter on his arrival at Camp David, Maryland on Sept. 5, 1978 to begin the Middle East summit. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty) (Bob Daugherty / AP)
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin embraces President Jimmy Carter on his arrival at Camp David, Maryland on Sept. 5, 1978 to begin the Middle East summit. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty) (Bob Daugherty / AP)
A secret report documents a decades-long spy program that amounted to little.
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We know from N. Korea what happens when we walk away from these agreements.

  • Jeffrey Lewis
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How tax breaks and a quasi-colonial status make the island vulnerable to disasters.

  • Yarimar Bonilla
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He has jolted us to address the decay in our civic culture and institutions.

No, the United Nations isn’t anti-American.

  • David Bosco
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A secret report documents a decades-long spy program that amounted to little.

  • Yossi Melman, Dan Raviv
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Beset with struggles from the start, the monument, like the man it honors, perseveres.

  • Eric Lamar
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And they need more support from the county.

  • John J. McCarthy
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The longer we take to engage with reality, the steeper our losses will be.

  • Stephen Nash
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Adding a historical marker in Lynchburg is a mark of progress.

  • Pamela Newkirk
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The commonwealth must come up with appropriate funding for VRE, too.

  • Jeffrey C. McKay
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