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The South Bend, Ind., mayor answers questions on health care, tech regulation and his Supreme Court plan, among other topics.
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A seemingly mundane bureaucratic decision could hurt indigent defendants for years to come.
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Policymakers should not be let off the hook as they were after Vietnam and Iraq.
This impeachment is historic. But it seems more like an extension of politics as usual.
Regardless of what happens with the impeachment, we are getting a much-needed civics lesson.
Don’t equate the British and U.S. political situations.
The Post’s Afghanistan project shows that leaders have learned nothing from past debacles.
Expect Boris Johnson to be a man on the move.
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The integrity of the Justice Department and law enforcement is at stake.
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Health care is a right, and all countries should work to protect that right.
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Americans deserve someone who leads the Justice Department with integrity and honesty.
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The national defense bill opts out of constraining Saudi Arabia.
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There is much more to the story than what is depicted in ‘The Report.’
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It created a useful service but introduced a host of new dangers.
A state panel’s recommendations to right the wrongs of legalized segregation are just a start.
When faced with facts and evidence, House GOP members have been reduced to diversionary tactics.
He’s not the best person to champion tolerance.
Andy Beshear takes a step to restore voting rights to more than 100,000 former felons.
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Removing pedestrian lanes from a planned bridge is a step backward.
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Test scores show improvement, but charter schools set the path for overall gains.
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We’ve worked hard to get here, but our real work is just beginning.
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The new argument appears to be that it’s more than just an incentive for businesses to set down roots in Virginia.
Whether a stadium goes there is a decision for another day.
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Collins and Murkowski were under pressure on Kavanaugh from the start. Then Christine Blasey Ford testified.
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