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A little conflict would help millennials — and the rest of the country — in the long run.
Ugly pre-World War II populism is showing up in a country once known for its firm embrace of the West.
Lebanon has found room in public schools for 200,000 Syrian pupils with a curriculum stressing shared values.
The president’s hands are tied ahead of a U.N. climate conference.
Trump views the White House as a mega-branding opportunity.
A new biography of the former president should be required reading for every presidential candidate.
Donald Trump personifies vices such as greed and pride that Americans have embraced as a culture.
Justice Clarence Thomas and others point to the rise of executive branch overreach.
Countries will ante up and be expected to continually increase their ambition.
The GOP should stop being hypocritical and respect the city’s autonomy.
The mortgage interest deduction’s cap should be lowered to a still-generous $500,000.
It's easy to think that the world is on fire. But as Thanksgiving approaches, here are five reasons I'm thankful.
I served 11 years for a nonviolent drug offense before having my sentence commuted by the president.
A warmer embrace could stop homegrown terrorism.
The billionaire played a long game with a constituency the establishment had largely ignored.
There’s just no time, and kids don’t like it anyway — right?
Controlling spending requires fundamental changes in the way colleges are run.
Courtney Jung’s “Lactivism” overstates its case.
The 10th Senate race was close enough to give gun-safety advocates hope.
Perception of safety is important.
Assisted death is a compassionate choice for those who want it.
When low-income folks need legal help, their choices are limited.
Human trafficking is everywhere; if you don’t see it, you’re not looking.