The Post's View



  • Opinion

New curbs on voting are brewing in Georgia and other states.

  • Opinion

Polls show less hesitancy, but troubling reluctance persists.

  • Opinion

The persecution of a young climate activist highlights the prime minister’s drift toward autocracy.

  • Opinion

Congress has a lot of work to do in finding out what went wrong.

  • Opinion

Her death puts a face on the problem of homelessness in D.C.

  • Opinion

It will be difficult to rebuild an alliance after the past administration’s missteps.

  • Opinion

Neera Tanden is far better than others Senate Republicans confirmed in the past.

  • Opinion

Smart changes could help the president’s plan deliver more bang for the buck.

  • Opinion

Full transparency applies to both China and the United States.

  • Opinion

Amid a pandemic, Biden tries to be humane as well as orderly. Can he be both?

  • Opinion

A new measure punishing Google and Facebook will mostly aid the already powerful.

  • Opinion

Congress should pass the Equality Act.

  • Opinion

Cryptocurrency can’t dethrone the dollar, but its rise may portend a speculative bubble.

  • Opinion

Suburban traffic is not disappearing, and Maryland is making plans.

  • Opinion

President Biden has an opportunity for a fresh strategy to defend democracy.

  • Opinion

The deaths of officers Smith and Liebengood should be recognized as occurring in the line of duty.

  • Opinion

The Maryland legislature has approved a bill to tax digital ads, but there are wrinkles.

  • Opinion

The variants could easily threaten another surge.

  • Opinion

Following Egypt’s latest affront, the administration complains — and delivers a gift.

  • Opinion

School governance must not be disproportionately influenced by teachers unions.

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