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A conversation with the South Bend, Ind., mayor.

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The fuzzy details suggest only superficial adjustments.

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The high-end, bad-case scenario of a melting Greenland is now the realistic one.


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Compromise should be easy.

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His big personality and political flexibility offer him the chance to fill a vacuum.

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It created a useful service but introduced a host of new dangers.

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A state panel’s recommendations to right the wrongs of legalized segregation are just a start.

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When faced with facts and evidence, House GOP members have been reduced to diversionary tactics.

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He’s not the best person to champion tolerance.

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Andy Beshear takes a step to restore voting rights to more than 100,000 former felons.

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The president’s obsession with conspiracy theories distracts from the point.

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Both parties have used disinformation tactics ahead of this week’s elections.

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Bipartisanship has been missing from Washington.

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There is abundant evidence of the president’s abuse of power on Ukraine.

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His loyalty unduly lies with Saudi Arabia.

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The General Assembly should take a hard look and determine what changes need to be made.

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The former Fed chair was a lifelong civil servant in the best sense of that term.

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A five-year extension of the historic agreement should be a no-brainer.

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The spread false of information leaves a community dangerously vulnerable.

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The newspaperman wrote thousands of Post editorials about politics, transportation, race and much else in Maryland and Virginia.

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