The veteran is the only woman running in seven-way primary race.

An ethics committee said the senator brought “discredit upon the Senate.”

With increasing frequency, the president has become a medium.

Europe has gone 73 years without a war, the longest stretch in two millennia.

Recent remarks underscore the validity of a D.C. citizens’ liquor license complaint.

The Russian hackers appear to be the modern equivalents of the Watergate burglars.

Critics of this right go out of their way to misrepresent the 14th Amendment.

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To restore some lost credibility, news organizations should release all current and past employees from their NDAs.

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From Senate Republicans to the high court nominee himself.

With cochlear implants, I can hear but am deaf all the same.

  • Juliet Corwin
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The Russian leader may have an ally in Trump, but others in the U.S. and Europe aren’t as likely to buy into the their ‘important verbal agreements.’

If conservatives really want government as local as possible, they need local media to make it happen.

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It’s folly to think that Mexico will serve as a surrogate to solve the border problem.

An IRS rule change clears the way for social welfare groups to further mask their donations.

Board members should set aside their fighting and put kids first.

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 17 : President Donald J. Trump speaks as White House Chief of Staff General John Kelly accidentally turned off the lights during a meeting with members of Congress in the Cabinet Room of the White House on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)
WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 17 : President Donald J. Trump speaks as White House Chief of Staff General John Kelly accidentally turned off the lights during a meeting with members of Congress in the Cabinet Room of the White House on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)
The U.S. used to push back on Russian conspiracy theories. Not after Helsinki.
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The answers to his questions are out there. He just doesn’t want to hear them.

Putin has decided confrontation helps him more than cooperation.

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Tweet as you will, Mr. President, but you can't have a “great economy” closing in on full employment, an independent Fed, a big tax cut, a trade war — and a falling dollar.

Matteo Salvini’s anti-immigrant rhetoric has made him the most popular politician in Italy.

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We should have a debate over whether treason is being committed by the White House. Yes, I just typed those words.

Unquestioning support for Israel isn’t a policy position. It’s borderline fanaticism.

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An absurdist response to the absurd events of this week.

Strong growth despite political chaos: Why faster GDP growth is no substitute for representative democracy.

The past week has convinced our NATO allies in Europe that the United States can no longer be trusted.

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Five books grapple with the era of ‘alternative facts.’

The answers to his questions are out there. He just doesn’t want to hear them.

No, its popularity can’t be explained by immigrants or World War II.

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Putin has decided confrontation helps him more than cooperation.

  • Rolf Mowatt-Larssen
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Matteo Salvini’s anti-immigrant rhetoric has made him the most popular politician in Italy.

  • Lally Weymouth
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The county’s new plan to address the climate crisis is shocking for its lack of vision.

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The elections board lacks expertise to detect vulnerabilities.

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Service workers themselves know how these free-market economics work.

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Many of the nation’s coal ash ponds are in danger of failing.

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Virginia Republicans don’t believe government should be closest to the people.

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