The case of Carlton Franklin seems newly relevant in light of the accusation against Kavanaugh.

The Texas school board tells us what’s important, and what’s not, about our country and values.

The efforts of a generation of Americans, Israelis and Arabs to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict have largely come to naught.

Imagine if they all printed voter registration forms on their front pages.

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In a case without evidence, witnesses or corroboration, mistaken identity would be a welcome resolution.

In light of the accusation against him, confirming or blocking Kavanaugh’s nomination could both be ugly choices. There’s a third option.

Many worried he would usher in a new age of American isolationism. That hasn’t happened.

Senators should learn from the mistakes of the 1991 Thomas-Hill hearings.

Public confidence in the future is weak. What explains this?

Whether it’s for the better and for the many is up to human intelligence.

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Libraries are under seige. We must protect them.

Some $250 billion worth of duties on foreign goods is the real War on Christmas.

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Gutting the refugee program is the administration’s latest blow to the world’s most vulnerable.

The edict to release documents and messages in the interest of “transparency” is depressingly ironic.

Victims of tuberculosis are falling through the cracks, undetected and untreated.

A scene from a campaign rally for President Trump, right, with Ron DeSantis, left, at the Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall, Tuesday, July 31, 2018, in Tampa, Fla. Signs were seen in the crowd referencing QAnon, a conspiracy theory. (The Washington Post) (The Washington Post)
A scene from a campaign rally for President Trump, right, with Ron DeSantis, left, at the Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall, Tuesday, July 31, 2018, in Tampa, Fla. Signs were seen in the crowd referencing QAnon, a conspiracy theory. (The Washington Post) (The Washington Post)
QAnon's "researchers" have figured out how to shape national conversations.

Trump's tariffs won't raise consumer prices as much as people say. But neither will they help those hurt by trade.

When the left says building new apartments won't affect prices, they're denying reality.

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The Trump administration closes America off to the world, part LXVII.

Lawyers familiar with sexual assault cases know delays in reporting are common.

When an aviator's plane crashes and she survives, a Jewish prayer about "who shall die" gains new meaning.

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The Mueller investigation is better than the Trump administration at carrying out Trump’s campaign promises.

It won't be a housing bubble inflated by reckless finance, but it's out there somewhere. And our politics are even less ready to deal with it.

So it turns out that Puerto Rico, like everything else, is nothing but a stage set for President Trump’s narcissism. The president’s tweets about the island on Thursday — just shy of a year after Hurr...

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Working retail in North Carolina, I see the panic before the storm — but also moments of decency.

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President Trump arrives for a political rally at Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)
President Trump arrives for a political rally at Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)
Even before Michael Cohen's guilty plea, the president was in serious jeopardy.

Trump's tariffs won't raise consumer prices as much as people say. But neither will they help those hurt by trade.

When the left says building new apartments won't affect prices, they're denying reality.

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QAnon's "researchers" have figured out how to shape national conversations.

The Trump administration closes America off to the world, part LXVII.

Lawyers familiar with sexual assault cases know delays in reporting are common.

When an aviator's plane crashes and she survives, a Jewish prayer about "who shall die" gains new meaning.

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The Mueller investigation is better than the Trump administration at carrying out Trump’s campaign promises.

Manafort had two choices for a chance at reducing his sentence: cooperation or a pardon. Cooperation is something all Americans can celebrate, regardless of partisan politics.

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Courts continue to allow dangerous parents to have unsupervised visits with children.

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Free textbooks cut a large expense that some students can’t afford.

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Legislators want to protect incumbents — but there’s a cost.

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Walking my dog through the woods, searching for the sublime fruit.

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The D.C. Council should overturn a referendum that voters clearly didn’t understand.

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