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Molly Roberts is an editor, writer and producer for The Post's Opinions section.
Platforms can’t pretend they’re neutral overseers any longer — no matter how many haphazard rules they put in place.
It says a lot about the state of American society under a president whose staffers snoop on each other for protection.
The approach aims to sanitize the reality of international conflict, and to coolify it.
Policing hate speech is only part of the problem for online platforms such as Apple and Facebook.
It's what motivates Trump's base to believe in so byzantine a conspiracy.
As long as Bigfoot’s on the brain, we might as well think seriously about how he, and the rest of us, got here.
NRA men found Butina compelling because as interested as she was in guns, she was also interested in them.
It's not just from cows anymore, and the FDA doesn't like that.
In the world of right-wing reality inversion, intent is a poor standard.
These massive balloons, in all their disturbing bloat, reduce the president to the essentials.