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On March 19, the content of the rule and the breadth of Inslee’s executive authority will be considered by the state Supreme Court.
This is not just a moment to grieve the 49 dead in Christchurch. It’s time to review the data and make a conscious policy shift.
We need a new spin-off of “The Sopranos.”
“Medicare for All” may sound good to some Americans — until they take a closer look at how it would actually work.
By Carl P. Leubsdorf The Dallas Morning News When Mick Mulvaney was…
Republicans in 2020 plan to run against Democrats as though they were Stalin or (the pre-Trump) Kim Jong Un.
The war is still a costly and futile project that does nothing to serve U.S. interests or move Afghanistan meaningfully toward political reconciliation or peace.
Michael Bloomberg came to the obvious conclusion: Unlimited money cannot buy a presidential nomination in 2020.
Women are gaining ground in countless fields. So why are women still lagging behind?
We are confronting a national emergency, and we must act. But it’s not our national emergency.
There’s prevention, until it doesn’t work; then treatment; and, if all goes well, recovery.
Death, and the grief that comes with it, have been on my mind lately.
Clarence Thomas has written alarming opinions that call into question fundamental constitutional protections.
Several changes to the personal income tax code were highly progressive — in particular, the cap on state and local tax deductions.
My problem is that the film told the white story insufficiently.
Michael Hiltzik: Trump’s trade war is politically motivated, yet hurts consumers and GOP voters, study shows
In a newly released study draft, a team of economists find that U.S. consumers have paid the entire price for Trump’s tariffs.
Antony Davies and James R. Harrigan: Politicians aren’t asking the real question about the student loan crisis
The latest student debt figures are out, and they’re not pretty.
The U.S. has levied heavy sanctions against Iran, seriously damaging its economy.
Washington Coast Restoration and Resiliency Initiative investing in the future of coastal communities
The Washington Coast Restoration and Resiliency Initiative (WCRRI) is a little-known program with a big impact.
Many people have asked me over the years: “Would you do it again?”