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Kayleigh McEnany Watch: Down with Playboy!
Journalistic snobbery from the White House briefing room lectern: What form of hypocrisy haven't we glimpsed?
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The Senate should ignore Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination
But Republicans seem to be lining up to do the wrong thing.
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Despite her virtue-signaling, Bowser is not progressive when it comes to policing
The mayor has done little to actually pursue meaningful police reforms.
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A 2020 GOP thrashing could set up a Virginia Republican rebound in 2021
How a Republican former speaker could benefit from a Joe Biden victory in November.
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What we should learn from the failed white-elephant project in Baltimore
How is it that the city turned $305 million into $170 million just a few years later?
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Readers critique The Post: There are other sports besides football
This week’s Free for All letters.
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Intercepted GOP robocalls expose how Trump hopes to corrupt the election
Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lara Trump inadvertently give away the scam.
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A useful litmus test for the next Supreme Court justice
Individual liberties must be protected from legislative majoritarianism.
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I taught and worked with Amy Coney Barrett. Here’s what people get wrong about her faith.
The Constitution promises Catholics, evangelicals, Mormons, Jews, Muslims and nonbelievers alike that they can serve their country without being interrogated about how they love and serve God.
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This is the Supreme Court’s tipping point
One justice’s vote has made the difference on many of our nation’s most contested issues.
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We have no idea what pop culture is really popular anymore. That’s a problem.
Box-office data and viewer ratings aren't just business jargon.
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Just ahead of the election, Pompeo is pressuring Iraq’s leader and raising tensions with Iran
Iraq is the place where a U.S.-Iran confrontation could explode in the next few weeks, creating an “October surprise.”
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Americans let Trump know what they think of his performance
The president faced booing and chants of “vote him out” while viewing the coffin of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court.
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Romney is the guy who can’t please anyone — and he’s humble enough to accept it
He continues to display the rarest of qualities: Following his own conscience.
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The bombshell consequences of Amy Coney Barrett
No nominee has openly endorsed views as extreme as Barrett’s on the doctrine of letting precedent stand.
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It really does take a village to provide seniors with the network and care they need
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Parents and teachers deserve more details, but Bowser is right to try to reopen schools
Officials said they will put in place necessary safety measures, but their vagueness has not inspired much confidence.
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An award wrongly revoked by the State Department is yet another profile in cowardice
An award is wrongly revoked, followed by lies to the public.
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Trump could turn the race around with his good jobs news
Unemployment is being dragged down by a few poor-performing states, almost entirely run by Democrats.
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Trump loves low blows, but voters want a clean debate. Biden shouldn’t take the bait.
Tuesday’s faceoff is likely to be an onstage spectacle.
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To believe what police say about Bijan Ghaisar requires ignoring clear video evidence
In police work, frustration does not confer a license to kill.
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This is not a drill. The Reichstag is burning.
Don’t let democracy burn to the ground.
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A storm is coming for Donald Trump
The political tide has told one story relentlessly for the entire year.
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Billie Jean King: This is a powerful moment for athletes creating change through sports
The conversations raised by today’s sports stars are rooted in a history of dedicated, but much more isolated, activism.
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Biden abandoned Florida. Trump could clinch it with his Supreme Court pick.
If Trump picks Cuban American Barbara Lagoa for the high court, it would be another key indicator that he is connecting with Florida Latinos in a way that Joe Biden is not.
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Trump throws a tantrum about power transfer
Don't go away mad, or do. Just go away.
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