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Any agreement with the kingdom must include strict controls to bar its building of nuclear weapons.

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A plan that would allocate the nation’s limited retirement-income resources to those who need them most is promising.

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Transit safety officials say the transit system isn’t ready to cede maintenance time to keep trains running later, and we agree.

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In a narrow but unanimous decision, the Supreme Court rules against an unjust system that allows governments to deprive people of property.

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Russia creeps toward greater state control of the Web while India proposes rules to remove online content.

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Those with terminal illnesses should have the right to medical assistance in dying. We hope the General Assembly will agree.

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Legislators shouldn’t wait for the courts to decide whether the president’s declaration was executive overreach.

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An overreaction to the deadly suicide bombing by a Pakistan-based group would only increase tensions over Kashmir.

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Bills to end partisan gerrymandering easily clear both houses in Richmond, but they contain key differences.

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Richmond Republicans blocked the bill on the theory that revenue would be lost.

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Ahead of a major meeting, the Vatican sends mixed signals.

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The need for increased AI investment in defense is urgent.

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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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