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Social platforms can’t fix a president intent on deceiving the public.

I hesitate to call this a 'new low,' because he'll probably do something even worse next week.

Real equity in the outcome will require more than an end-stage score adjustment.

She, unlike anyone else, knows how to play Trump.

How do you counter his rhetorical excess? Cling to the truth.

Bad enough when taxi medallions were a scarce and valuable commodity; ruinous now that ride-sharing services have cut into their profits.

Presidents have become adept at waging wars without authorization from Congress.

Memorial Day can be an opportunity to narrow the gap between specific and general, tragedy and statistic.

Trump has set a precedent that Americans shouldn’t have to sacrifice during the conflict. That's a position that cannot last.

The president has reneged on his promise to fight for the forgotten men and women of the opioid epidemic. He'll have to answer for that in 2020.

D.C. needs to equitably address the legitimate needs of both the deserving Banneker students and the Shaw public school stakeholders.

A minority with power and money — white men, mostly wealthy, often religious or pretending to be so — has controlled societal and political norms.

A large and growing contingent of the Democratic base wants to accelerate the timeline for booting Trump from the White House.

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America’s approach toward Iran has no clarity or cohesiveness. Iranians can see right through it.

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Trump should not pardon troops accused or convicted of war crimes.

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When the special counsel goes before Congress.

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I plead for mercy to be granted to my husband to let our family reunite and heal.

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Voters want candidates whose proposals will generate market power for individual workers.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi should focus on economic reforms, not Hindu nationalism.

A 14-year-old girl was killed because of bureaucratic bungling.

How a public official conducts himself is the public’s business.

A view of the camouflage Los Angeles Dodgers' New Era field hat in support of Military Appreciation during a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds, Saturday, May 18, 2019, in Cincinnati. The Reds won 4-0. (AP Photo/Aaron Doster) (Aaron Doster / AP)
A view of the camouflage Los Angeles Dodgers' New Era field hat in support of Military Appreciation during a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds, Saturday, May 18, 2019, in Cincinnati. The Reds won 4-0. (AP Photo/Aaron Doster) (Aaron Doster / AP)
Commemorations like this weekend’s patch on baseball uniforms have become rote.
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First Amendment rights don't just apply to professional reporters.

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Commemorations like this weekend’s patch on baseball uniforms have become rote.

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What happens when a pregnancy goes wrong at 18 or 20 weeks?

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Honesty about medical conditions can raise public awareness.

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The biggest loans don’t always cause the most problems.

Children of same-sex couples also deserve birthright citizenship.

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I worked on the response to the last crisis. I know we can’t do it again.

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Both countries say they don’t want it. But here’s a scenario where it happens anyway.

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The descendants of the buried deserve a space where their ancestors can be remembered.

The hatred embodied by such discrimination and bigotry is a cancer on our society.

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A long-neglected property could be returned to community use.

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A dangerous stretch of road in Prince George’s is getting more traffic safety enforcement.

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It’s not necessarily a new story. Republicans have been handbagging one another in nominating contests since becoming a majority party more than 20 years ago.

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