Far too little has changed in Maryland since our first gun violence protest

We marched in the first March for Our Lives protest in 2018. Far too little has changed in Maryland since then.
  • 1 day ago

End the tipped wage to help back-of-house staff

With an outdated and unbalanced pay model, the time to start reimagining restaurants is nigh.
  • 1 day ago

Now is the time for moral courage, not more guns

Virginia's recent gun-control laws offer a road map for other state legislators seeking to create safer communities.
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Protect the Potomac

An environmental group's lawsuit says Alexandria has allowed pollutants to contaminate the river for decades.
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Protecting speech and ensuring safety in Virginia after Dobbs

This is not the first time the United States or Virginia has dealt with robust differences of opinion and conviction, nor will it be the last.
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How D.C. is protecting women’s access to health care

Access to safe and legal abortion should not depend on what state you live in or whether you are wealthy enough to travel to a state that allows it.
  • 3 days ago

Virginia’s U.S. House elections are set

Don’t buy the hype, especially when it comes to special elections in Virginia.

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, NRA

The National Rifle Association is exploring a relocation of its headquarters from Virginia to Texas.
  • Jun 17

Taking a class trip to D.C. doesn’t come with a license to behave badly

Much of the blame must be borne by the schools and teachers who are failing to prepare their students for such activities.
  • Jun 17

We must reimagine how to address D.C.’s persistent health inequities

These challenges absolutely deserve our community’s attention and funding.
  • Jun 17
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D.C. voters sent mixed messages in the Democratic primary

She will need to recalibrate her “my way or the highway” approach if she hopes to continue to move the city forward.

Our picks for Tuesday’s D.C. Democratic primary

Democratic voters will go to the polls Tuesday to select the party’s nominees.

The Post endorses Brooke Lierman in Democratic primary for Maryland comptroller

In a two-way primary contest, Brooke Lierman, a state lawmaker, is the better choice for Democrats voting for their candidate for state comptroller.

The Post endorses Jim Shalleck in the GOP primary for Maryland attorney general

Jim Shalleck, an experienced prosecutor who led Montgomery County's Board of Elections for six years, is our choice in Maryland's Republican primary for attorney general. His opponent is unfit for public office.

The Post endorses Kelly Schulz in the GOP primary for Maryland governor

Kelly Schulz is a pragmatist who knows how government works.
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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: Photos didn’t show the whole picture

Here are this week's Free for All letters.
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Readers critique The Post: The battle of the sexes rages on

This week's Free for All letters
  • Jun 17
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Readers critique The Post: The town of Pound deserves to be on the map

This week's Free for All letters
  • Jun 10
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Readers critique The Post: Sexism in soccer coverage crops up again

This week's Free for All letters.
  • Jun 3
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Readers critique The Post: A truer picture of abortion protests

This week's Free for All letters.
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