Smuggling is a serious problem that lawmakers should address.

  • Joe Fox
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Renters deserve consumer protections, too.

  • Matthew Losak
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The District’s policy punishes people for being poor.

  • Ariel Levinson-Waldman, Joanna Weiss
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With natural protection and easy access, it’s an easy choice.

  • Jack Evans
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An extension of the earned-income tax credit would boost savings.

  • David Newville, Joanna Ain
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We cannot afford to discriminate regarding who deserves dignity.

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He hasn't avoided the traps that ensnared Eric Cantor.

No matter how many walls are built or torches lit, diversity will continue to thrive.

  • Joe Shaffner
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In Virginia's Bath County, a couple is fighting to save nature's masterpieces.

  • Mike Tidwell
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It's not a clever way to stick it to the president. It’s a petty abuse of the law.

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The program seemed to place a premium on wins over student well-being.

Unite the Right will rally downtown Sunday. There are ways to push back and also keep the peace.

Impressive strides have been made in the District to end the epidemic. More are still needed.

Credit is due to the Mamie Johnson Little League team, its parents and its coaches.

The state has a serious drug problem and will have to be proactive as criminals keep looking to hook more addicts.

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Thanks for “A Warren Brown sampler: Freewheeling commentary about cars and life,” the lovely Aug. 5 Business appreciation of Warren Brown. His columns were a must-read for me every week, for just th...

On the evening of Aug. 4, several thousand people of varying national origins and ethnicities descended on National Harbor for the One World Lantern Festival. It was a moving experience in which fam...

The Aug. 10 Metro article “Retired vet puts a spring in pets’ steps” was not the first time one of Lincoln Parkes’s carts graced the pages of The Post. That happened on April 22, 2001, in my essay,...

Regarding Courtland Milloy’s Aug. 15 Metro column, “Road rules make losers of cyclists, motorists alike”: Beating someone with a blunt object while calling him or her a racial slur sounds like a hat...

The lawsuit filed in federal court on behalf of emotionally disturbed children is more of a scandal to those of us old enough to remember the class-action lawsuit Bobby D. v. Barry, filed in 1977 on b...

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A caption with the Aug. 7 front-page article “ ‘We lost our naivete’: Charlottesville remains a wounded city” described Heather Heyer as someone who “lost her life . . . when a car drove into a crow...

Volunteerism is far more than a flawed Republican concept that might replace portions of the welfare state.

Thanks for “A Warren Brown sampler: Freewheeling commentary about cars and life,” the lovely Aug. 5 Business appreciation of Warren Brown. His columns were a must-read for me every week, for just th...

The Aug. 6 front-page article “Trump defends son’s ’16 meeting” said, “It is . . . against the law for U.S. campaigns to receive ­donations or items of value from foreigners.” In fact, 52 U.S. Code...

On the evening of Aug. 4, several thousand people of varying national origins and ethnicities descended on National Harbor for the One World Lantern Festival. It was a moving experience in which fam...

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