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“If you want peace, prepare for war," as the old saying has it.

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Virginia’s new Republican governor, with his mask-optional rule, threatens schools’ ability to stay open during the pandemic.

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A statue in New York is removed, but the 26th president’s library is coming soon.

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Aimee Rogstad Guidera is a national expert on the use of data in education policy.

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More women and minorities are being named as directors. It’s still not enough.

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The intelligence community must continue to hunt for who or what is behind the Havana syndrome, and the Biden administration must show compassion to a large cohort of government employees in distress.

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Through sweeping arrests and harsh sentences, the government clearly seeks to intimidate and thereby silence the broadest possible segment of its population.

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Beijing makes clear it won't tolerate any hint of political protest by the athletes.

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Anti-fraud voting efforts are just thinly veiled suppression tactics.

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The U.S. must treat cyber as an essential tool in its arsenal.

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A big question hanging over the pandemic and over vaccines is: What happens after omicron?

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Intel apologized for mentioning Xinjiang. Instead, it should apologize for apologizing.

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Metro's chief will leave behind a tough hand for his successor to play. But it won't be as bad as the one he was dealt.

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, se postuló como un veterano experimentado del Senado capaz de lograr que el poder ejecutivo y el Congreso funcionaran de nuevo. Pero durante su primer año de gobierno, ha cometido varios errores no forzados.

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Allies are lacking unity on Ukraine.

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A ban is gaining bipartisan support on Capitol Hill.

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Entering his second year in office, the president must tack toward the practical.

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The RNC’s threat to blow up the debates, to borrow Sen. Mitt Romney’s words, is “nuts.”

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Such troubling questions must be answered.

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The FAA and the wireless industry thankfully found a resolution to the dispute. But it shouldn't have taken this long.

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