The wild scenarios a Trump attorney dreamed up would never have worked out.

You have some contradictions to work out.

Enacting policies that benefit Black Americans is the key to Democrats — or Republicans — earning their allegiance.

  • Keith Boykin
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  • Perspective

The British prime minister speaks with The Post about submarines, Afghanistan and lamb

On measurement and alleged corruption at the World Bank.

A few Democrats are bailing on an important health-care reform — putting the Biden spending plan at risk.

  • Aaron S. Kesselheim and Jerry Avorn
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Companies have been compiling data on consumers for centuries with few constraints.

  • Josh Lauer and Kenneth Lipartito
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The 1980s became known as the "Age of Reagan," but this moniker missed what was really happening. We're repeating the mistake today.

  • Leonard Steinhorn
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Roving murder squads killed as many as 2 million people right where they lived.

  • Edna Friedberg
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We will live with covid-19 as we do with other diseases that are under control.

Anatomy of an alliance kerfuffle.

French colonialism, exploitation by international mining companies and Western counterterrorism initiatives have played critical roles.

  • Elizabeth Schmidt
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Even before the United States regulated migration, states did. Here’s why.

  • Anna O. Law
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It’s dangerous for governments to treat this as a short-term anomaly, rather than adapt to our drier reality.

  • Justin Mankin
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It was 1974, the year after Roe v. Wade, and my generation finally saw progress. Our daughters won’t be so patient with out-of-touch politicians.

  • Ruth Pennebaker
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Let's revisit one of the bolder claims of August 2021.

The last time abortion rights seemed on the brink, supporters made their voices heard politically.

  • Robert Fleegler
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With all organized religions supporting vaccination, states may question the sincerity of those claiming exemptions from getting vaccinated.

  • Kira Ganga Kieffer
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Health agencies have been slow to follow their usual emergency guidance when it comes to covid-19

Even George Washington learned that lying backfires, no matter how pure one’s motives.

  • Woody Holton
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