For more than a century, Americans have been moved by the holiday to provide humanitarian aid.

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Being “tough” on crime doesn’t always make sense.

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Biden will do the job Democrats hired him for.

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They have to self-radicalize to keep up.

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With unlimited spending and little organized opposition, they’re nothing like other elections.

Searching for grace notes in an awful year.

The 2020 election affirmed what political professionals have known since the 1970s.

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The president used the tactics pioneered by one of the most divisive politicians from our past.

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The pandemic shut down canvassing, but only for one side.

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I spent 37 days explaining why the GSA would not release transition resources to George W. Bush.

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Lawyers owe a duty not only to their client but to their country.

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Look who is in a filter bubble now.

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The wisdom of enshrining traditions in law.

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Some initial predictions about President-elect Joe Biden’s approach to the world.

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Why moderates and progressives are always in disarray

Refusing to accept the truth about a loss killed German democracy.

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The way to fix our broken foreign policy

What we will learn about the GOP this week

The birth of the conspiracy culture that gave us Trumpism.

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The president’s lawyers can’t make assertions without evidence in front of judges.

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