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The debt now stands at a record-breaking $22 trillion; the debt ceiling needs to reflect the way the U.S. is spending now.

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Good news: Bipartisanship isn’t dead.

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Regulators are right to pay attention to emerging technologies.

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Top U.S. officials, visiting Europe, fortify the belief that President Trump doesn’t care.

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How many more victims will there be before sensible firearms laws are passed?

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Here are some actual facts about the border.

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Maria Ressa’s arrest is the latest example of journalists being harassed worldwide.

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Critics of stock buybacks are saying, in effect, that elected officials or regulators may know better than companies themselves what should be done with extra cash.

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Democracy loses.

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After criticism, the companies have agreed to review an app that, among other things, allows Saudi men to track the whereabouts of women.

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State lawmakers should give local districts the authority to determine when academic years begin and end.

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Assuming the president signs off on the bipartisan plan, the next step is for Congress to help the young people seeking a path to U.S. citizenship.

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Sissi is pressing for constitutional changes to extend his ruinous regime until 2034.

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A bill would allow public access to records of abuse.

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In a newly released video, a man claiming to be Abdurehim Heyit says he is alive and well following reports of his death in a Chinese reeducation camp.

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