Rail is central to Maryland’s future

By investing in our regional rail system, we can better connect our communities while fostering a more sustainable and inclusive economy.
  • 12 hours ago

Can equality be realized at the home of the father of the Constitution?

Montpelier’s extraordinary power of place is remarkable in demonstrating how a single space was simultaneously occupied by opposite paradigms of power.
  • 13 hours ago

D.C.’s cheap parking permits are the Achilles’ heel of the Comprehensive Plan

Implicitly providing a large parking subsidy that goes mainly to the wealthy car owners makes little sense on its own.
  • 14 hours ago

Goodbye to Prince George’s Hospital Center, my beacon on the hill

A new hospital in Largo will replace a Cheverly fixture.
  • 3 days ago

Ignoring deep-seated problems at D.C.’s crime lab will cost lives and taxpayers

The Department of Forensic Sciences needs oversight and new leadership committed to scientific integrity.
  • 3 days ago

The Senate should confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the D.C. Circuit

In a committee vote, only two Republicans voted to advance a capable, mainstream nominee who thoroughly answered many complex queries.
  • 3 days ago

Prince George’s students don’t need credentials to nowhere

It's high time to examine how we operate higher education. We cannot continue to use the same methods and expect different results.
  • 3 days ago

The American Horticultural Society is selling River Farm. Its future looks brighter.

New stewardship might promote archeological and historical surveys of past occupation and use to shed light on our own past.
  • 3 days ago

Maryland Gov. Hogan is wrong to cut extra unemployment benefits

'Looking forward' to the state's residents getting back to work does not make it so.
  • 4 days ago

I was suspended from my teaching job for voicing concern for my students

The school district is making an example out of me in front of other teachers who disagree with these policies.
  • 4 days ago
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Prosecutors need reform, too. It’s good that Montgomery County is reviewing its office for bias.

National studies have shown that Black defendants face worse outcomes than White ones in similar cases.

A shooting on Metro is veiled in official silence

An FBI agent shot a man. Then the authorities went mum.

The D.C. crime lab is in trouble — again

Does that mean people were wrongly convicted?

VMI must act on a report revealing its ‘racist and sexist culture’

A damning report is followed by the usual denialism. Virginia leaders must act.

So far, Glenn Youngkin is mastering the duck and the dodge

Virginia’s GOP gubernatorial candidate has been all about platitudes, not positions.
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The extent of a person’s morals

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Mr. Biden is reasserting U.S. leadership

  • 9 hours ago
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How to win on voting rights: Dump H.R. 1

  • 9 hours ago
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Mr. Garland is making a play for justice

  • 9 hours ago
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After Keystone, Mr. Biden should cancel all pipelines

  • 9 hours ago
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Readers critique The Post: Invite neglected female artists to the table

This week’s Free for All letters.
  • 3 days ago
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Readers critique The Post: Enough shoving cicadas down my throat

This week’s Free for All letters.
  • Jun 4
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Readers critique The Post: Stop the false equivalency on Marjorie Taylor Greene and AOC

This week’s Free for All letters.
  • May 28
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Readers critique The Post: Stop calling it the Capitol ‘riot’

This week’s Free for All letters.
  • May 21
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Readers critique The Post: This cartoon needed 1,000 words to explain it

This week’s Free for All letters.
  • May 14
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