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The Communist Party isn’t seizing our companies. It’s co-opting them.
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The damage Trump has done is considerable.
However, there’s cause for relief about some of the president’s many broken policies and promises.
By offering this concession, Democrats would expose the White House’s stonewalling for what it is.
Our duty is to stand up for these courageous men and women.
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It would provide Americans who are struggling an opportunity to recover and live up to their full potential.
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An ex-ambassador tells Congress how Trump has twisted U.S. diplomacy.
Both the Russian government and Trump campaign engaged in black-voter suppression efforts.
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Trying to avoid homophobia is exhausting. I want to do what I can to help other people avoid the same fear.
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The PG&E crisis illustrates just how far we’ve come from the model we were supposed to be.
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Elite maneuvering over impeachment will send the voters running into Trump’s arms.
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Lawmakers cannot let the president keep them from performing their constitutional duties.
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Large percentages support U.S. security alliances and believe trade is good for the country, according to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs survey.
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D.C.’s team earns its first WNBA championship and gives the capital area new champions to celebrate.
Witnesses on Ukraine are coming forward. Here’s how the House can encourage more.
German and U.S. security agencies should devote resources to fighting white supremacists.
An important move, U.S. sanctions must be made to stick.
The university is right to create a diverse student body.
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Don’t expect the vice president to answer questions from the local press about his role in the whole Ukraine thing when he visits Virginia.
In Baltimore and Maryland more widely, allocating scarce capital to racetracks while schools and roads crumble seems more than a little extravagant.
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For too long, the state’s energy decisions have been dictated by its monopoly utilities.
  • Oct 4
The scores, as they are currently reported, aren’t based on the progress of actual students.
  • Oct 4
Its documents will allow us to revisit the narratives of our past and understand how the present came to be.
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Opinion | Japan’s leader follows Trump’s playbook by weaponizing trade against South Korea
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Opinion | Put the White House press briefing on the endangered species list
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Liz Cheney: 'We cannot accept a deal that places America’s security in the hands of the Taliban'
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