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NASA looking for a few good space rocks
Don't worry, you actually belong
What Hillary's tweet tells us about life, the universe, and everything
What happens when the congressman waxing idiotic on abortion is a former OB-GYN?
A female lawmaker sent me a powerful e-mail last week that ought to sink into some of the thick skulls on Capitol Hill -- but probably won't.
Herman Cain can't seem to talk without numbers and abbreviations dribbling from his lips.
Can Islamists and secularists work together?
Politicians pursue another phony scandal.
The U.S. doesn’t need his type of counterterrorism.
D.C. seeks secrecy in the case of a Georgetown couple falsely suspected of abusing one of their daughters.
COLUMN | Latest incident melds two trends in sexual assault — the military and social media confessionals.
Progressives need to tame entitlements.
Does Xi Jinping’s vision include the rule of law?
President Thein Sein's circumspection in an interview speaks volumes.
Immigration reform can prove U.S. strength.
The U.S. can start by refusing to coddle President Morsi.
The senator criticizes U.S. foreign policy, but doesn’t seem to have an alternative.
Edward Snowden and the desire for immortality.
The ‘developing’ country defies stereotypes.
World War ll refugees provide unlikely lessons in thriving.
His approach to the crisis is stunningly chaotic.
The NSA scoops are a ‘dog bites man’ story.
Why isn’t the left more concerned about the plight of Syrians?
The rich are getting richer, and more exclusive.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
But recognize the trade-off with security.
How to be socially inclusive without becoming socially liberal.
Some on the right go too far in criticizing the NSA.
President Obama makes a superb nomination for U.N. ambassador.
The U.S. needs a framework for the region.
The NSA leaker challenges the rule of law.
The attorney general’s mediocre performance.
Local malfeasance must be pulled up by the roots.
Jeffrey Thompson leaves taxpayers on the hook for medical bills.
Four D.C. charities — and a miscreant.
Obama is reaping the distrust in government he has sown.
Assad, Russia and Iran have the upper hand.
Wishing the ‘war on terror’ was over won’t make it so.
Oregon senator Ron Wyden on James Clapper’s “least untruthful answer.
But is the gender glass half-full or half-empty?
Movie showcases military’s assault issue.
Communist egalitarian rhetoric is belied by reality.
Protecting the American people from bad deals.
Corporations need to pay tax on their U.S. revenue.
Some say he is a hero. I think they’re dead wrong.
One party offers small ideas, the other ignores the problems.
A super PAC to transform U.S. elections.
The former governor exemplifies a strange shift among female politicians.
These days, the notion of anonymity is ludicrous.
The White House has scuttled the idea of individual conscience.
This really adds a lot to the discussion.
So much for the OOOOOOO.
Please correct this at your soonest leisure.
President Obama tries to negotiate with no leverage and fails.
President Obama's abysmal leadership skills are finally hurting him.
Youth voters are gettable for the GOP, but not by standing pat.
Elijah Cummings releases the full transcripts, after Darrell Issa refused to do the same.
The House Speaker claims he won't allow a vote on any immigration bill that a majority of House Republicans don't support. Don't buy it.
A new report suggests Republicans are moving away from the "hard triggers" for citizenship that could kill reform, but the news is not all good.
He could be prosecuted for his reports about NSA activities, and the Supreme Court has said so.
Outrage over the NSA programs is misplaced.
Eric Holder’s selective approach to leaks.
Domestic “wars” undercut limited government.
The best case against the NSA is the IRS.
Washington must stop its sops to sugar farmers.
Updating the rules for an age of digital exhibitionism.
The senator’s misguided effort against the NSA.
The Obamacare provision on luxury health plans is a sound one.
COLUMN | Novelist Grisham is right to call proposed Charlottesville highway a “boneheaded . . . boondoggle.”
COLUMN | Ousted head of Latino Economic Development Center worries its mission is at risk.
COLUMN | Even Md. Democrats say O’Malley should have acted sooner to stymie problems at Baltimore jail.
On the NSA, checks and balances have vanished.
With Obama in the White House, progressives have acquiesced to spying programs.
Republican misters push new abortion restrictions.
COLUMN | There must be a better way to improve public safety without racially targeted policing.
COLUMN | African Americans must expect more of him than just being our first black president.
Soon-to-be Harvard student Leland Shelton was singled out by President Obama for his efforts.
Dylan Collins makes more money in a day than some have in their 401(k), but can he make a career of it?
The free market vs. the welfare state.
COMMENTARY | By buying Corona, megabrewer Anheuser-Busch InBev would put consumers, distributors and craft brewers over a barrel.
The massive secret effort to log all of our phone calls is useful. But is that enough?
Eugene Robinson discussed his latest columns and political news.
The U.S. is being drawn into a futile proxy war.
Americans have record wealth but don’t spend it.
Entrenched interests, politics trump needed reform.
Multinationals can decide to move overseas.
There is a limit to how much "no net economic cost" policies can achieve.
Republicans are increasingly strong in their insinuations, but the evidence points in a different direction.
GOP attacks miss the point. But so do Democrats'.
Government needs to be held accountable for the NSA excesses.
Art Pope’s money has changed North Carolina for the worse.
The U.S. government needs to do more to cover college costs.
And the U.S. shouldn’t treat it like one.
Keynesians shouldn’t reject economic restructuring.
Careless military action is not the way to fix careless “red line” language.
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