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On Saturday, Boris Johnson adopted a tone of statesmanlike politesse in his appeal for a yes vote on his Brexit deal in the House of Commons. But the roller coaster ride continues.
Buttigieg’s strategy-and-organization approach sometimes fails to deliver the dopamine blast that debate watchers seem to live for.
Tashpolat Tiyip, a renowned scholar and geographer, has been sentenced to death in a secret trial by the Chinese government, which has made no charges or evidence public.
A brief cease-fire in the military invasion of Syria won’t solve a conflict created by a century of Turkish oppression of the Kurds.
As past impeachment investigations have shown, a president’s fate sometimes hinges on a single sentence. Trump’s may, too.
Substance abuse is the primary reason for the foster care crisis in this country, but cities and states don’t make that clear. A Muppet named Karli corrects the record.
The Supreme Court changed one important rule this year. These changes would open things up even more.
Attacking the president on style rather than substance makes liberals, progressives and Never Trumpers seem petty, unlikable and effete.
The right to keep a gun can be regulated in numerous ways, as is true for all constitutional rights.
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A six-part series from the editorial board challenging NIMBYs and their City Hall enablers who balk at building new housing while a humanitarian crisis unfolds in our streets.
It was no secret during the campaign that Donald Trump was a narcissist and a demagogue who used fear and dishonesty to appeal to the worst in American voters.
Ideas and commentary on building a livable, sustainable Los Angeles.
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