This administration has conducted a record number of leak investigations — pursuing “crimes” that reporters see as an essential part of reporting.

  • Tim Weiner
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  • Perspective

No, it wasn’t the norm throughout U.S. history.

  • Perspective

With an acquittal all but certain, the best bet is to grab the attention of TV viewers — in 12 seconds

  • Lara Bazelon
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Trump’s third year sketchbook by Steve Brodner

  • Steve Brodner
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  • Review

James Mann lays out their feud over the Iraq War and how it reverberates today.

  • Heather Hurlburt
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The agency’s decision undercuts two pillars of the president’s impeachment defense.

  • Sam Berger
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Once they're out of office, the First Amendment shields officials who want to talk.

  • Eric Columbus and Andrew Kent
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A longer look reveals interesting patterns and may clarify what is driving a rise in suicides.

  • Jeffrey Allen Smith, Michael Doidge, Ryan Hanoa and B. Christopher Frueh
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  • Perspective

State ethics laws aren’t good at preventing potential conflicts of interest.

  • Eric Cortellessa
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  • Review

Essayists recount the abuse, rejection, extremism or disillusionment that led them to leave the church.

  • Megan Marz
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  • Review

The director’s first biography, by Maura Spiegel, sheds light on the man but may not satisfy film buffs.

  • Chris Nashawaty
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  • Review

Adam Minter chronicles the journeys of cars, clothes and consumer goods in the global secondhand trade.

  • Lisa Zeidner
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  • Review

Journalists Joe Palazzolo and Michael Rothfeld present a rogue’s gallery of Trump’s associates.

  • Jill Filipovic
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  • Perspective

Gwyneth Paltrow’s company is effectively selling indulgences.

  • Review

The Post’s Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig on how Trump got rid of critics and created his own ideology.

  • Joe Klein
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Bizarre operators such as Lev Parnas and Robert F. Hyde would have fit right in during Watergate.

  • James Robenalt
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From the perspective of working Americans who've long been hurt by our trade policies, this new deal may do more harm than good.

  • Perspective

Conservation is turning a natural laboratory into a time capsule.

  • Elizabeth Hennessy
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Yesterday in underwhelming news in economic statecraft.

Methodists split before — over slavery.

  • Sarah Barringer Gordon
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