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Molly Roberts writes about technology and society for The Post's Opinions section.
Electing someone who wants to bring back pre-2016 America isn’t just unsatisfactory, it’s a threat.
Rules aren't worth much unless they serve a principled purpose.
Firms should take aggressive action when there’s a high likelihood of real-world harm.
In the midst of our abortion crisis, all the handmaids make it harder to distinguish fact from fiction.
Washington hangs on to an illusion.
He sees Trump as an interruption, not part of the story.
Her "Game of Thrones" essay stumbles into a trap.
Our response seems disproportionate — until you consider the cause.
Their favorite books say lots about their differences.
Disguising personal grievances as professional moves the role of first lady backwards.