Gentrification is not inevitable or a natural outcome of free-market forces.

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Maryland should follow other states’ leads and launch a commission.

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Fort Monroe is being treated less as a sacred piece of the American story and more as a development opportunity.

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Courts continue to allow dangerous parents to have unsupervised visits with children.

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Free textbooks cut a large expense that some students can’t afford.

  • Eileen Filler-Corn, James Toscano
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Republicans might not abandon the 2nd District Republican, but enthusiasm is dampened.

"Good moral character” clauses in licensing laws have a potentially pernicious effect.

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The 7th District incumbent has to pull hard in the rural areas to keep his seat.

Even if he wins his seat, his troubles won't be over.

Will a scandal over the release of full personnel file affect the 7th District race?

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The 25-year-old was shot by Park Police officers 10 months ago. His family has still received no explanation.

The only pollution in a dispute over incense involves the original citation of a Chevy Chase man.

The agency faces a dire long-term threat. Some politicians would rather avert their eyes.

Almost 10 months later, a conspiracy of silence endures.

Rep. Scott Taylor’s campaign decided to play tricks. They may have been illegal.

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I take major exception to Nelson Pressley’s Sept. 10 review of the Olney Theatre Center’s fantastic production of “South Pacific,” as I’m sure the entire audience did when it rose with me to delive...

In the interest of complete and balanced reporting, I would have expected to see in the Sept. 2 Metro article “Park Service cited colonial farm’s problems long before eviction” what the legislation...

In his Sept. 13 letter, “You better believe Roosevelt would have built SCMaglev,” Robert Snyder persuasively chanted the mantra of the developers of the superconducting magnetic-levitation — SCMagle...

In her Sept. 16 Outlook essay, “We’ve so overscheduled our kids that doctors are now prescribing playtime,” Katherine Marsh correctly pointed out the importance of unstructured play for the health a...

The restrictions promoted in the Sept. 9 Local Opinions essay “D.C. should learn from Arlington on short-term rentals” would be a major blow to D.C. residents and the D.C. economy.   Writers Dusty...

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Anyone who remembers the reporter and columnist Robert S. Allen must have been surprised by Dina Temple-Raston’s Book World review identifying him as the first American journalist “to work for the S...

In “The Great War’s broken bodies and psyches,” Ron Charles’s Sept. 5 Book World review of “The Winter Soldier” by Daniel Mason, a photo- ­illustration of a toy soldier with a Red Cross emblem on it...

The photograph accompanying the Sept. 11 Metro article “Virginia girds for storm’s worst” seems destined to become iconic in the telling of the climate-change story. Attention-grabbing in the...

I take major exception to Nelson Pressley’s Sept. 10 review of the Olney Theatre Center’s fantastic production of “South Pacific,” as I’m sure the entire audience did when it rose with me to delive...

In the interest of complete and balanced reporting, I would have expected to see in the Sept. 2 Metro article “Park Service cited colonial farm’s problems long before eviction” what the legislation...

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