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Before 2020, the nation needs to upgrade the machinery and professionalism of the U.S. election system.
There needs to be an alternative focus of intellectual energy and moral leadership in the GOP.
One community is still recovering nearly a year after a deadly mudslide while others are imperiled by massive fires.
The two men had more in common than you might imagine.
Sandberg’s failure at Facebook exposes an emptiness at the heart of the argument that made her famous.
Don’t let teen vaping keep us from using these devices to reduce smoking rates.
The first lady’s campaign against the NSC’s Mira Ricardel is alarming.
A second Brexit vote remains the best option in a dizzyingly difficult situation.
It sure isn’t Democrat Bill Nelson.
An author essentially retracts his entire book, but a generation of people will still be affected by its contents.
The Vatican prevents U.S. bishops from voting on proposals to tackle sexual abuse by priests.
A speech therapist’s election as Arizona’s superintendent of public education is one of the unlikeliest victories of the 2018 midterms.
The Saudis change their story — again. Congress should not allow this travesty to continue.
Despite the political costs, he chose a cease-fire over war with Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
Last week’s midterm results have opened the door wider to meaningful legislation on the technology industry.
If I had known you were coming, I would've baked a cake! Instead, here's a policy memo.
Michelle and Barack Obama had access to IVF. The procedure should be an option for more childless couples.
The dollar remains the premier reserve currency. But for how long?
Civic institutions, not grandstanding politicians, bind us together.
An oft-forgotten figure first blazed the path that President Trump is following.
Mississippi has a long and sordid history of lynching
We should look to history, not prehistory, to understand how diverse groups can co-exist.
History shows it’s harder than it looks to remove a president from office.
The District photographs beautifully, but it is filmed infrequently.
The Republican governor won reelection in a blue state.
Studies show what works.
A civic-minded community is met with resistance.
We built the system so we could use it.