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?

Transgender Remembrance Day is important -- and potentially constraining.

  • Stephanie Burt
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Nothing to see here, just the traditional network of U.S. security alliances breaking down.

Wednesday’s hearing could be pivotal.

  • Mimi Rocah and Barbara McQuade
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The 19-month occupation showed that Alcatraz was more than an island.

  • Kent Blansett
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Once derided, Tyler Perry has built an entertainment empire — and is now hosting the Democratic debate.

  • Emilie Raymond
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The Freedom Dividend actually builds off of a popular idea — with the left and the right — from the 1960s.

  • Jennifer Burns
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Deficits are much less threatening then many economists thought. But there's still a reason to discern good debt from bad debt.

Military law places a strong shield around noncombatants. Trump rejects that norm.

  • Jens David Ohlin
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Mueller did his job. Now others need to do theirs.

The problems with the High Line and all its imitators.

  • Michael Friedrich
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What Donald Trump’s transformation tells us about American politics.

  • Bruce J. Schulman
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The Trump administration’s policy is only helping cartels.

  • Taylor Levy
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Medical coverage should focus more on preventing common ailments and less on rare diseases, deaths and hysteria.

  • E. Thomas Ewing
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