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  • Opinion

Attacks on U.S. officials abroad are broadening. The cause must be discovered.

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The Senate does not have to consider her nomination on Monday.

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We can bend the trajectory of this pandemic, and we must.

  • Opinion

All of the Editorial Board's endorsements in national and D.C., Maryland and Virginia elections.

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In a polarized Congress, she is part of a valuable band of genuine moderates.

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It’s a salvo against the federal government’s dedicated cadre of civil servants.

  • Opinion

Here’s what a second term would mean.

  • Opinion

The government prepares to stifle independent media.

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There is a danger that an already left-leaning council could tip out of balance altogether.

Para sus autores, la política de separación de ni?os se justificó bajo la idea de que infligir tal trauma emocional en las familias migrantes desalentaría un mayor cruce ilegal en la frontera sur.

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Purdue has already declared bankruptcy, so it’s not likely that the federal government will ever receive anything close to $8.3 billion from what’s left of the firm’s assets.

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A peaceful transfer of power is a good sign.

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All people are entitled to enjoy the blessings of family life.

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The merits of the Justice Department’s case suggest a rush job.

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The parents of 545 separated children cannot be located.

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Important reforms await legislators in January.

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A new report highlights a network of propaganda outlets masquerading as news.

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The State Department is stonewalling on providing records detailing its spending at properties owned by the president.

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In Virginia, the nation’s oldest state-supported military college is a hotbed of racism.

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Pro-democracy protesters persist despite repression, and silence from the U.S.

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