The county’s new plan to address the climate crisis is shocking for its lack of vision.

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The elections board lacks expertise to detect vulnerabilities.

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Service workers themselves know how these free-market economics work.

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Many of the nation’s coal ash ponds are in danger of failing.

  • Gerald E. Connolly
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Virginia Republicans don’t believe government should be closest to the people.

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Placating the unions will only accelerate the silent boycott by potential riders.

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The 7th District incumbent said he would control the narrative. He can't.

A strange but successful prank shows Virginians just what kind of people are behind the state’s notoriously lax gun laws.

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She and numerous other well-qualified, moderate nominees languish for months awaiting Senate votes.

  • Carl Tobias
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The approach goes against what is truly revitalizing the city these days.

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The revelation shows how vulnerable states remain to election tampering.

A federal court gives thumbs down to Virginia legislative districts, and the attorney general agrees.

Board members should set aside their fighting and put kids first.

‘We have to be outraged.’

The transit system’s main union threatens an illegal strike, which would paralyze the region.

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The July 18 Metro article “A trip to the ice cream truck ends in gunfire” was, unfortunately, yet another heartbreaking tale of preventable loss of young life incurred in just 25 seconds by firearms...

In the July 19 Metro article “Tally cat: A three-year, $1.5 million census wants to count feline population,” John Boone, research director at Great Basin Bird Observatory, was quoted as saying...

Kudos on the July 16 editorial “Eight months without answers.” This is not the first time an editorial has asked for answers in the death of Bijan Ghaisar, and I hope it’s not the last. As a free so...

Regarding the July 19 Metro article “Lee County set to be first in Virginia to arm school employees”: This development is the worst possible reaction to the school shooting in Parkland, Fla. More gu...

Regarding Thomas Boswell’s July 19 Sports column, “Will D.C. remember All-Star Game? Emails on 1969 event say yes.”: Not to take anything away from All-Star Game MVP Alex Bregman, but before...

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I usually skip most of The Post’s front-page articles because nowadays so many are political and repetitive, but my eyes drifted to the bottom of the July 14 front page, and I started reading “From...

“Why doesn’t the media demand an explanation from her instead of giving her a free ride?”

I haven’t had the luxury of attending a performance of “Hamilton.” However, I feel compelled to challenge Anne Midgette’s dependence on Galina Vishnevskaya’s takedown of opera, “old” singers and “...

You can find “better” players for each Beatle. What Starr brought to the band was style.

I am certainly not an expert on Martin Heidegger and his philosophy, but I was astonished that The Post glossed over Heidegger’s embrace of the Nazi movement — “That he became a Nazi in 1933 didn’t...

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