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March 11, 2018

On Thursday it was announced that President Donald Trump has accepted an offer to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Will it be Munich 2.0 where the evil man with the evil ambitions cons the world? Or will it be a "reverse Munich," where Trump sits down to explain in his inimitable style…


March 11, 2018

PARKLAND, Fla. — In person, Sarah Chadwick and Jaclyn Corin are fierce. And young.

Meeting Sunday outside the Yogurtology shop two blocks from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, these two mass shooting survivors wore matching gym shorts and lanyards. Chadwick's had a koala clipped on.…


March 11, 2018

When Karen Gaffney's mother found out she would be born with Down syndrome, the doctor said Karen probably would not be able to tie her own shoes. Instead, as Karen explained in a moving and eloquent TEDx talk, she has become an accomplished open-water swimmer who has crossed the English Channel in…


March 10, 2018

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As the North Pole warms to above-freezing temperatures in mid-winter, ice sheets melt and sea levels surge, the Washington state legislature has abandoned, for now, its plan to tax carbon dioxide emissions. The news is especially discouraging because Washington is the only state…

March 10, 2018

The monthly U.S. jobs report is among the most eagerly awaited data releases, and for good reason. It provides a snapshot of the underlying health of the economy that also speaks to political, social and institutional well-being.

The numbers also shed light on the speed and orderliness of important…

Mohamed A. El-Erian

March 10, 2018

The “help wanted” sign is popping up all over North Carolina, and while it is a good sign of a healthy economy, it also portends some larger problems. Business owners and managers report they are having an increasingly difficult time finding workers to fill their job vacancies.


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March 09, 2018

As the saying goes, you don't miss the water until the well runs dry: This deeply aberrant presidency threatens to cost the nation much more than even some of Donald Trump's harshest critics may realize.

From 1988-1992, I was The Washington Post's correspondent in Buenos Aires, covering all of…

Eugene Robinson

March 09, 2018

Politico reports that a letter to U.S. Representative and House Ethics Committee chairwoman Susan Brooks (R-IN), from more than two dozen members of the Congressional Black Caucus, has requested an investigation into "the legality and propriety" of lawmakers sleeping in their offices.

Among their…


March 08, 2018

Politicians break campaign promises all the time. Some are big promises; some are small. But few have been broken as completely, as brazenly, and as casually as Donald Trump's promise not to play golf, or at least not to play a lot of golf, as president.

Candidate Trump told campaign crowds many,…

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March 08, 2018

On Monday, breathless reports of former Trump campaign hand Sam Nunberg's media spasm spread around the country and obsessed political Washington for a few hours. Briefly, Nunberg had been an on-and-off political adviser to Donald Trump, and his role with the Trump campaign came to a complete end…

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