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She may well have succeeded in opening a new front against Trump.

If the election is swayed, it will be because of suppression efforts led by his own party.

They are opposites, which is what made Monday night’s debate so revealing.

It should have meant nothing. But, given where the polls are at the moment, I hope it means a lot.

What on earth was that?

Trump was louder and nastier. But Clinton wasn’t bullied.

Predictably, it appeared that Clinton had been preparing for this debate since high school and Trump hardly prepared at all.

Ibrahim Raisi’s outlook dovetails with the Revolutionary Guards’ desire to crush dissent.

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Obama’s do-nothing policy in Syria has allowed its major city to become a mural of carnage.

The do-nothing legislative branch has blown it on the budget, Zika and judicial nominees.

Many a candidacy has foundered on the basis of a few poorly chosen words on the presidential debate stage.

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Monday’s clash told the story of this year’s presidential race.

The Obama administration condemns a brutal assault in Syria but doesn’t move to protect civilians.

The latest Head Start controversy is concerning, but County Executive Rushern Baker is right to stand by the county schools chief.

Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump shakes hands with Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the conclusion of their first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, U.S., September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Raedle/Pool
Try to imagine Donald Trump staying president for four whole years. You can't do it, can you?

Trump was very wrong about the Fed. But that doesn't mean the central bank is off limits.

Stories from the border.

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It's the best way to reshape the system.

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The law isn't keeping up with technology.
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The law isn't keeping up with technology.

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Is it helping us or hurting us?

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Not looking "presidential" is just the beginning.

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Don’t believe “Game of Thrones”: Medieval Europe wasn’t racially homogenous.

  • Matthew Gabriele
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Juan Manuel Santos on how he made peace with the FARC.

  • Lally Weymouth
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Our story is more than a timeline from Crispus Attucks to Michelle Obama.

  • Blair L.M. Kelley
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Finally, a term for that thing where you forget to take off your TV makeup after going on CNN.

  • Eliot Nelson
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Tiny Ashland, Va., worries that high-speed rail will change its character.

  • Peter Galuszka
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It’s costing taxpayers way too much.

  • Irvin B. Nathan
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Tenants have trouble asserting their rights in Maryland.

  • Matt Losak
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No one should seek to win elections by rigging the game.

  • Judith Browne Dianis
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Legislators should be better informed about the laws we make.

  • William C. Smith Jr., Pam Queen
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