Facing the truth in the Land of Lee

A face on a diploma might seem harmless, until you explore the historical use of Robert E. Lee’s image.
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Why we are opening a new abortion clinic in Maryland

As the Supreme Court was meticulously stacked with judges determined to overturn Roe v. Wade, we decided to start our own clinic to serve patients from across the nation who need reproductive care.
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D.C. should help preserve the Adams Morgan plaza

To reinvigorate the heart of our community, the site could become an improved and actively programmed outdoor amphitheater, community space and library.
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Maryland’s new abortion law leads the way for pro-choice states

Our vision was to use this unwanted opportunity to improve women’s health outcomes.
  • 4 days ago

New Virginia law bans police arrest and ticket quotas

When politics have become so bitterly divisive (especially surrounding policing), the ban on arrest and ticket quotas was refreshingly bipartisan.
  • 4 days ago

In Maryland, we’re defending the humanity of immigrants

But a federally sanctioned local immigration enforcement scheme creates fear among the immigrant community.
  • 6 days ago

Three things to watch in Virginia

Keep an eye on the 1st Congressional District race, the redistricting lawsuit and the state budget. Each has the potential to deliver a big shock to Virginia’s political system.

Political change doesn’t happen outside people’s homes

Protests and marches at public buildings and in public squares have been effective in moving legislative and policy priorities forward in our nation for nearly 250 years.
  • May 16

The leaked abortion opinion could lift Virginia Democrats

Roe’s impending reversal now has Democrats and abortion-rights advocates on a war footing for the midterms.

Montpelier: A model for reconciliation in peak polarization

Parity offers the public a chance to experience an expansive common history rooted in the “whole truth” of our founding history.
  • May 16
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Virginia learned the hard way that lower standards don’t benefit students

A damning report documents a years-long trend of declining student performance and glaring racial, ethnic and income achievement gaps.

Metro riders are unhappy — and they have every right to be

Discontent is mounting for D.C.'s transit system, and no wonder. But things look even bleaker down the tracks.

Mayor Muriel Bowser gets our endorsement for a third term

Public safety and schools remain the key issues.

The Post endorses Brian Schwalb for D.C. attorney general

He understands the needs of Washingtonians, many of whom are struggling.

Here’s who The Post endorses in D.C. Council primary elections

Never has there been a clearer need for the D.C. Council to have grounded members.
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Feeling safe in a society with vaccine mandates

  • Jan 18
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We’re all under pressure

  • Jan 18
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Principles over polls

  • Jan 18
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We all have a stake in college enrollment

  • Jan 18
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Mr. Youngkin should explore conservationist conservatives

  • Jan 18
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Readers critique The Post: A skewed picture on abortion

This week's Free for All letters.
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Readers critique The Post: What’s confusing, and missing, from Ukraine war coverage

This week's Free for All letters.
  • May 13
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Readers critique The Post: Give the most important news on the planet prominence

This week's Free for All letters.
  • May 6
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Readers critique The Post: A photo that captures beauty amid the pain

This week's Free for All letters.
  • Apr 29
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Readers critique The Post: The art of an appropriate headline

This week's Free for All letters.
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