Finally, a woman stepped in and reminded us how things are supposed to work.

  • Rachel Sklar
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  • Perspective

It’s not always the best indicator of the economy’s health.

  • Kristina Hooper
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  • Perspective

Lincoln declared the holiday and included the South, but Seward, not the wordsmith president, wrote this proclamation.

  • Ted Widmer
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  • Review

James D. Zirin explains how Trump, throughout his life, has either ignored the law or used it as a weapon.

  • David Fahrenthold
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The left and the right still misunderstand his politics.

  • David Swerdlick
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  • Perspective

By legalizing the government’s de facto policy, Trump surrendered any chance of brokering a peace deal.

The revolutionaries were fighting against arbitrary power and for checks and balances.

  • Michael D. Hattem
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That's only way to address the climate crisis.

  • Thor Hogan
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  • Review

Anne Gardiner Perkins tells the story of the school’s early days as a coed campus.

  • Adrianna Smith
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  • Review

Paul Hendrickson searches for answers in a crime that, 100 years later, remains a mystery.

  • Review

We must grapple with tough questions about artificial intelligence before it’s too late, Susan Schneider says.

  • Aziz Huq
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  • Review

Pamela Newkirk explores the failures — and one success — of corporate diversity initiatives.

  • Stephanie Mehta
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  • Perspective

Don. Jr., Eduardo Bolsonaro and Yair Netanyahu are an asset to their fathers.

The White House’s actions undermine Trump’s defense.

  • Nancy Boswell
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  • Perspective

A scheme to pressure Ukraine was the byproduct of an office divided against itself.

It's all about an agenda — and it's nothing new.

  • Matthew Avery Sutton
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Strengthening family ties has been key to overcoming nativism — and in 2020, it can do so again.

  • Maddalena Marinari
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The administration’s attitude goes deeper than its attacks on Alexander Vindman.

  • Loren DeJonge Schulman
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The perils of humiliating your employees.

  • Tristan Snell
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Honorable people could not prevent Trump’s worst impulses. Were they wrong to try?

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