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To fail almost certainly forfeits Republicans’ congressional majority.
The world is caught up in the Trump saga and ignoring a famine that could affect 20 million people in four countries.
Both have work to do to make their meeting the start of a mutually satisfying relationship for the U.S. and India.
We need a new model for regulating relations between firms and workers.
Let’s hope we don’t get to the fourth lie, in which those who know better say the current bill is the best they could do.
The bill not only replaces Obamacare; it also substantially reforms Medicaid.
Replacing him could make the Bork fight look like a kindergarten squabble.
I couldn’t be involved in leaving the Paris agreement. But I hope my former colleagues stay.
How is it that we as a nation can give so little attention to a problem of such magnitude?
Everyone knows we need criminal-justice reform — except the attorney general.
I respect the defense secretary, but let’s not pretend that his leadership can substitute for the void in the White House.
Or, a whimsical proposal: Ban batting gloves.
It takes a certain kind of smarts to spin a yarn so defiantly false that some people will believe it anyway.
Immunization and surveillance must be sustained, even in war zones, if the disease is to become history.
His adventurism in Yemen and elsewhere is damaging to U.S. interests.
It's time for a brief respite. The author will be off Twitter as well, though just for a short break. Talk among yourselves this week.
Making a political commitment, one block at a time
The rest of us will lose out to corporate power without populist justices.
I was an intelligence analyst. I know what U.S. adversaries can find in Trump’s Twitter feed.
Two decades of betrayed optimism.
Administrator Scott Pruitt’s senseless decision is a broadside against scientific integrity.
A dangerous new line of argument among activists on both sides threatens free expression.
Actually, flying is cheaper than ever — and it’s more fuel-efficient than driving.
How the health-care economy squeezes diabetics
Moon Jae-in, who took office last month, thinks his country needs a different strategy to contain its northern neighbor.
They have all the drama but hide the suffering of battle.
This disgrace helps consign the conflict to the cobwebs of memory.
The jurisdiction has come a long way in increasing access and reducing costs.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe should commute William Morva’s sentence.
The Fairfax County School Board will make a decision this week.