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It might even hurt patients.
The lawsuit purports to seek justice for Asian students, but its bigger beneficiary could be whites.
And that work will have a bigger impact over time than the president’s Twitter feed.
The House of Saud may be more divided than we thought.
These are intrusive questions, but that’s the essence of good oversight. Congress needs to do its job, urgently.
With Saudi Arabia, the president didn’t even try.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman must come clean about Jamal Khashoggi.
It’s impossible to listen closely to Trump without hearing echoes of fascist language and arguments.
The Massachusetts senator has long claimed Native American heritage, but family lore and a mail-in kit don’t necessarily make it so.
The Arab world needs a modern version of the old transnational media so citizens can be informed about global events.
The kindgom has learned a lot about manipulating the Internet.
As scientists fiddle with roses, we’re ignoring the crises we’ve inflicted upon the planet.
Brian Frosh and Karl Racine deserve reelection.
His call for free expression in the Arab world reflects a lifelong passion.
The Trump administration should quit trying to depress the immigrant response.
The kingdom has been spending money on his hotels since he took office.
The problem isn’t that I had too much stuff — it’s that Mom is expected to take care of everyone else’s.
Just when you think American foreign policy can't get any weirder.
American isn't a Christian nation, but missionaries have always played an integral role in U.S. diplomacy.
We've shown him, over and over, that he can act with impunity.
Supreme Court justices right now have no real supervisors when it comes to ethics, and impeachment has come to seem excessively partisan.
College-educated suburban women are taking political action.
An optimistic — and inclusive — narrative is key to reshaping America
Throughout our fiscal history, when unemployment was as low as it is today, the budget deficit has been small to non-existent. Now, it's $779 billion.
How prehistorical developments pushed men to sideline women.
Incumbent Republican Barbara Comstock has to overcome the president’s drag.
Virginia’s experience shows that the risky deals often don’t deliver on promises.
Metro’s tax on the poor adds insult to injury.
Make things easier for riders, not harder.
Much can happen in the final days of elections.