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.

  • John F. Seymour
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An annual festival at Kenilworth reminds me of my great hypothetical failure.

  • Francis E. Putz
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This fish is not going to ruin the ecosystem.

  • John Mathwin
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A recent Supreme Court ruling doesn’t address an inherent unfairness.

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

  • Sean Kennedy
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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.

  • Peter Galuszka
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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.

  • Peter Galuszka
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‘We have to be outraged.’

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

We generally reject conspiracy theories; the handling of the killing of Bijan Ghaisar is eroding our resistance.

District voters passed the minimum-wage measure, but it was hardly a mandate.

An independent review of the police response to protests on Jan. 20, 2017, faulted police as unprepared to deal with violence.

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Jay Mathews continues to be wrong in his Advanced Placement cheerleading [“Attack on AP by 8 Washington-area private schools flunks the smell test,” Education, July 16]. At Gonzaga College High Sc...

Anti-Semitic fliers were left at doorsteps in various Washington neighborhoods and, as far as I can tell, they were met with shrugs and an affirmation of First Amendment rights by the D.C. police [“...

The headline on Colbert I. King’s July 14 op-ed, “Republicans are out to sabotage D.C. home rule,” was correct, but Mr. King’s prescription was not. The most regrettable sentence in the piece was...

Some area merchants are choosing not to take cash and to instead accept only credit or debit cards, or some form of mobile payment. It works better for them, plus it’s safer. But critics contend...

Regarding the July 3 Metro article “ Floreen may upend Montgomery County race ”: It is ludicrous to characterize phenomenally prosperous Montgomery County as some backwater imperiled by county ex...

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I was disappointed to see the use of the political term “partial-birth abortions” regarding late-term abortions in Jonathan Turley’s July 1 Outlook essay on Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s legacy, “Ke...

Although I was deeply saddened upon reading the tribute to the late, great Dame Gillian Lynne [“Audacious British choreographer of ‘Cats,’ ‘Phantom,’ ” Obituaries, July 4], I was immensely cheered b...

The July 1 Outlook feature regarding George Washington’s rules of civility, “How uncivilized,” implied that the rules were written by our first president. The feature should have attributed the auth...

In her July 4 op-ed, “Courting calmness,” Kathleen Parker denigrated Jeffrey Toobin as the imaginary offspring of Cassandra and Chicken Little for his fear of what the Supreme Court may do to the...

Sometimes I cannot understand The Post’s priorities in covering important news. The Post covered the protests against separating immigrant families in the Metro section [“Rallygoers want families re...

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