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Thanks for printing the names of the victims of 31 mass shootings in the United States, from Columbine in 1999 to Tree of Life synagogue in October [“The list continues to grow,” editorial, Nov. 17]...

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The Nov. 16 news article “Mass appeal: World finds accord on defining the kilogram” would have been right at home on the following day’s Religion page. While ostensibly about finding the most precis...

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Regarding the Nov. 16 editorial “Far from Britain’s finest hour” and front-page article “May clings to her Brexit deal as support withers”: The editorial, after chronicling the political fisticuff...

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The Nov. 15 news article “Mattis visits troops in Texas, calls border deployment ‘great training’ ” described Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visiting soldiers setting up barbed-wire fences. He said, “...

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Virginia’s State Air Pollution Control Board recently delayed a decision on a permit for a compressor station in Buckingham County that is part of Dominion Energy’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Last...

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Regarding Laura Armstrong’s Nov. 10 letter, “Northern Virginia is about to lose a colonial-era sanctuary”: Neither Congress nor the National Park Service should hand Claude Moore Colonial Farm over...

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The Nov. 14 Metro article “Amazon effect: A transit transformation, or just more traffic?” stated that high-income workers could displace some Northern Virginians, forcing them to car-dependent su...

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Regarding the Nov. 15 front-page article “In the land of hanging chads, a new balloting issue”: If signatures on mail-in ballots don’t match signatures on voter registration forms, there might be...

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Regarding the Nov. 14 front-page article “Slow-motion massacre,” about the life and last moments of 14-year-old Steve Slaughter: I had a strong emotional reaction to his murder, even though I hear...

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Regarding the Nov. 15 Metro article “From start to finish, sports issues challenged U-Md. president”: Numerous reporters have truncated what University of Maryland President Wallace D. Loh wrote. ...

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Apparently, incoming House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) and other lawmakers are going to be watching unqualified and President Trump-operative acting attorney general Ma...

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I’m not a Marylander, but I worked for a time in the early 1990s at the same Bethesda law office as now-Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) and can attest firsthand that he’s a perfectly...

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Regarding the Nov. 14 front-page article “Hefty incentives in Va. and N.Y. stir concern”: Much of the media commentary about the Amazon move has been highly critical, with a refrain that companies a...

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Regarding the Nov. 13 front-page article “Bishops delay action on abuse”: Congratulations to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops for attempting to hold bishops more responsible for abuse cases i...

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Regarding the Nov. 9 Economy & Business article “Tariffs aimed at Canada fall flat with U.S. brewers”: The false narrative being pushed by the Beer Institute doesn’t reflect...

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Regarding the Nov. 14 World article “Gaza cease-fire reached after intense fighting”: The cease-fire agreement between Israel and the Hamas government in Gaza is far better than the alternative and...

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Regarding the Nov. 11 Metro article “Eviction isn’t just about poverty. Race is a factor.”: Misunderstandings about evictions can create animosity between apartment owners and their residents and b...

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Thanks to Jacques Mather for his Nov. 14 op-ed, “Why doctors like me can’t ‘stay in our lane,’ ” which brought to light another view of the carnage that’s being endured in our nation. Gun violence...

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In his Nov. 13 Health & Science article, “Drug costs force tough choices on doctors, patients,” Dhruv Khullar left unanswered the best path for quantifying a drug’s value. In the United States, the...

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Regarding Sherrilyn Ifill’s Nov. 14 op-ed, “Trump’s attacks on black women wound us all”: To understand President Trump’s egregious rudeness to journalists Yamiche Alcindor, Abby Phillip and April R...

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