Traditional schools get money that charters don’t.

  • Patricia A. Brantley, Irene Holtzman
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No less than everything is at stake after the Nov. 7 elections.

  • Mark J. Rozell
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How a Halloween photo stirred memories of past racism.

  • Kofi Elijah Whitehead
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How your chicken sandwich could lead to an extended hospital stay.

  • Jordan Cooper, Ellen Silbergeld
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  • Nov 10
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Virginia’s Bob Goodlatte wants to stop the EPA from enforcing a crucial pollution rule.

  • Brian E. Frosh, Mark R. Herring, Karl A. Racine
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Who among the Republican survivors of the Tuesday Night Massacre will challenge Stewart?

But D.C. Water is looking at how the clean rivers charge is applied to see if anyone is disproportionately impacted.

  • Tommy Wells and George S. Hawkins
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Fair elections are an essential step to empowering historically underserved communities and addressing long-standing racial inequities.

  • David Grosso
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  • Nov 10
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Where do Virginia Republicans go from here?

Virginians are still too genteel for the nonsense they saw in this election.

  • Peter Galuszka
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How did a Prince George’s elementary school become “an unchecked breeding ground for sexual abuse”?

Racial dog whistles are morally repugnant. (And by the way, they don’t work.)

Politicians can either act now to save the transit system or explain why they set the stage for a regional economic decline.

Otherwise, better transit is magical thinking, a major report from a Republican concludes.

End perceptions of pay-to-play by reforming campaign finance.

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It seems as though Marshall, a Republican, has learned nothing in the aftermath of his party’s sweeping electoral defeats on Nov. 7.

On Thursday, the House of Representatives passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which the president says will be the largest tax cut in history for the middle class — except in Maryland, where near...

Regarding the Nov. 15 Metro article “Md. school official regrets word choice”: The vice president of the Montgomery County Board of Education has been caught by the word police. But there are hidd...

Regarding the Nov. 15 editorial “No time to waste for Metro”: It escapes me why taxpayers throughout the state of Virginia should subsidize a mass-transit system used solely by people in one small c...

As a retired Montgomery County Public Schools high school teacher of 35 years and a regular high school substitute teacher for the past 12 years, I was eager to read the Nov. 14 front-page article “...

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In her Nov. 6 Style essay, “A sleuth who lit the way for me,” former sex-crimes prosecutor and crime novelist Linda Fairstein joined several female Supreme Court justices and other noteworthy wom...

I was disappointed in the Nov. 2 obituary for Carolyn Nichols, “Romance novelist showed readers heroines’ tougher sides,” which said, “She began writing what is known as regency romance novels, of...

In his Nov. 5 Book World essay, “Scalia on originalism and turkey hunting,” Steven G. Calabresi wrote that Justice Antonin Scalia “and Justice Joseph Story are the only two justices to have publis...

The brewing options detailed in the Nov. 1 Food article “We’re boiling it down for you” did not include the method my family uses, which saves time and money over the Clever dripper a...

While the text of the Nov. 5 Washington Post Magazine article “As They Are” was interesting and informative, the choice of the photographs for the cover of the magazine was not. Instead of using o...

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