Only a person devoid of empathy could do these things.

Yes, Moscow must be laughing.

Antwan Wilson’s apology casts his role in the improper transfer of his child as that of a parent all at sea about how the process works.

There seems to be some there there.

Democrats could do worse than giving a look to Eric Garcetti for 2020.

A calm, quick-witted student recorded fellow students’ reactions during the Parkland, Fla., school shooting.

If we want to keep our tools of mass communication, then we should learn how to use them.

These attempts to sow discord have become painfully familiar.

Congress should take another shot at the Violence Against Women Act’s federal civil rights remedy.

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I put the question to the Capital Weather Gang.

Year after bloody year of mass shootings, guns haven’t gone anywhere. Neither have those who would use them.

The latest in a year of triumphs for people of color.

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Following a European boondoggle, a Cabinet secretary is the latest Trump administration scandal.

Jacob Zuma is forced out, and his successor promises to tackle corruption and speed land reform.

By refusing any compromise, the president sealed the fate of those he said he’d help.

Students leave Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Wednesday after a mass shooting. (Michele Eve Sandberg/AFP/Getty Images)
Students leave Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Wednesday after a mass shooting. (Michele Eve Sandberg/AFP/Getty Images)
I know what's ahead for the survivors of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting.
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When catastrophes happen so often they blur together, it is easy to get worn down.

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The link between mass shootings and immigration.

His opponents have unrealistic hopes for the courts, generals, FBI, media and civil service.

It's time for politicians to do something about guns.

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A leaked draft of a proposed rule poses a serious threat to immigrant families.

I loved my work at the Labor Department, but I can't be a part of breaking up families.

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History shows we could be doing more to stop these tragedies.

  • Robert J. Spitzer
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On behalf of those only reached by chock-full employment, do not conflate heating with overheating.

New norms are not easy to create, but we’re watching one unfold before our very eyes.

And the holiday originally commemorated his beheading.

  • Lisa Bitel
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The Constitution accommodates religious objections.

  • Gayle Myrick
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Jewels and roses do not offer a realistic picture of romance.

  • Christopher J. Hale
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Kehinde Wiley's portrait of the president seems incredibly contemporary, but it's also deeply rooted in the past.

  • Paul Staiti
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The president’s factual and historical ignorance means that even when he asks a good question, a skilled operator can deflect his challenge.

Even brand new, it's already out of date.

  • Stan Collender
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The conservative justice, who died two years ago this week, gave right-wing judges an ideological role model.

  • Richard L. Hasen
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If you read the headlines and the tweets about them, then the answer is an unqualified yes.

We can go to the movies without feeling like the future of black film is at stake.

  • Zack Linly
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The risks of thinking we know things we don't are high and most costly to the least advantaged.

Kim Jong Un will think his trolling is working.

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BERRYVILLE VA - FEBRUARY 1: Former Washington Redskins offensive lineman Paul Laaveg poses for portrait with original game helmet at his home near Berryville VA on February 1, 2018 . (Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post) (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
BERRYVILLE VA - FEBRUARY 1: Former Washington Redskins offensive lineman Paul Laaveg poses for portrait with original game helmet at his home near Berryville VA on February 1, 2018 . (Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post) (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
Veterans of the team that faced the undefeated Dolphins describe toll of an NFL career.
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The link between mass shootings and immigration.

His opponents have unrealistic hopes for the courts, generals, FBI, media and civil service.

Actually, it’s not a slur. And it’s already strictly limited.

  • David Bier
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We can go to the movies without feeling like the future of black film is at stake.

  • Zack Linly
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The Smithsonian’s plan, sited elsewhere, could be a true monument to our time.

  • Alexandra Graubert, Sylvia Ripley
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Voters of all stripes support the commonwealth’s colleges and universities.

  • John McLaughlin, Keith Frederick
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In his will, he freed some enslaved people — but they had to watch loved ones be sold.

  • David K. Ronka
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The state faces a choice that will shape its future for decades.

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Revoking licenses for drug infractions does no good.

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