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Somewhere, hidden beneath all the hyperbole, is a way forward.

The health-care debate has changed.

It even saves Medicaid.

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Other world leaders are seeking to emulate Trump — with a few outliers.

States do not have some magic way to cover millions of Americans with far less federal support.

  • Drew Altman
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It’s past time to ensure Medicaid works for those it was designed to serve.

  • Seema Verma
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The Fair Representation Act would encourage the reemergence of “bridge-builders.”

  • Don Beyer
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Republicans could also lose the Supreme Court.

It was Midsummer Day in Oslo.

Americans are tired of wars without end. The response is to fight wars on the quiet.

The Supreme Court allowed the executive order to move forward, but it’s not all bad.

  • David J. Bier
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Unfortunately, the president is just as weak on Russia as his predecessor.

The thesis of Yuval Noah Harari’s new book is that the alliance of science and humanism is breaking down.

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The government should learn that attempts to micromanage business-location decisions are unproductive.

China deserves condemnation for its unconscionable treatment of one of its most important freedom fighters.

The question is one that police departments everywhere must confront as they grapple with how best to police minority communities.

An international passenger arrives at Washington Dulles International Airport on Monday, after the Supreme Court granted parts of the Trump administration's emergency request to put its travel ban into effect. (REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan)
An international passenger arrives at Washington Dulles International Airport on Monday, after the Supreme Court granted parts of the Trump administration's emergency request to put its travel ban into effect. (REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan)
The travel ban order shows we need political organizing and popular mobilization to bring change.

Here's what's wrong with a University of Washington study that found it hurt low-wage workers.

Under Sessions' new direction, police will be spending their time putting low-level perpetrators away, not keeping Americans safe.

  • Inimai Chettiar, Ames C. Grawert
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It's time for a brief respite. The author will be off Twitter as well, though just for a short break. Talk among yourselves this week.

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I was an intelligence analyst. I know what U.S. adversaries can find in Trump’s Twitter feed.

I was an intelligence analyst. I know what U.S. adversaries can find in Trump’s Twitter feed.

Two decades of betrayed optimism.

Administrator Scott Pruitt’s senseless decision is a broadside against scientific integrity.

A dangerous new line of argument among activists on both sides threatens free expression.

Actually, flying is cheaper than ever — and it’s more fuel-efficient than driving.

How the health-care economy squeezes diabetics

  • David M. Tridgell
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Moon Jae-in, who took office last month, thinks his country needs a different strategy to contain its northern neighbor.

  • Lally Weymouth
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They have all the drama but hide the suffering of battle.

  • Roger Barbee
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This disgrace helps consign the conflict to the cobwebs of memory.

  • Marc Ferris
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The jurisdiction has come a long way in increasing access and reducing costs.

  • Hal Ginsberg
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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe should commute William Morva’s sentence.

  • Nicholas Cote
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The Fairfax County School Board will make a decision this week.

  • Julia C. Morse
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