Senate Democrats must enact rules changes. Comity is long gone.
Republicans won’t respect democratic norms.washingtonpost.com
Hillary Clinton: Now we all need to fight like Dianne Feinstein fought
The California senator’s journey has ended, but the fights of her life are far from over.washingtonpost.com
Ukraine aid is a great investment. Don’t let MAGA Republicans end it.
It is hard to think of any U.S. foreign policy initiative since the end of the Cold War that has been more successful or more important.washingtonpost.com
The CFPB has protected consumers. The Supreme Court could toss its work.
As the court hears a case threatening the bureau’s constitutionality this week, U.S. consumers stand to lose big time.washingtonpost.com
Good riddance to the National Zoo’s pandas? No way.
All the talk about “panda diplomacy” misses the point. The point is panda delight.washingtonpost.com
Obamacare has been unable to save money on U.S. health care
Fifteen years after Obamacare took shape, it hasn’t been able to trim health-care spending as much as people hoped.washingtonpost.com
Is Xi Jinping all-powerful or weak? Depends on whom you ask.
Beijing’s seeming schizophrenia might reflect a deeper sense of insecurity.washingtonpost.com
Moldova’s foreign minister: ‘What happens in Ukraine doesn’t stay in Ukraine’
If the United States cuts aid to Ukraine, lots of other countries will lose outwashingtonpost.com
The 14th Amendment can’t save the country from Donald Trump
Relying on an arcane constitutional provision to disqualify the former president would be foolish.washingtonpost.com
Play it again, Sam: Inside Bankman-Fried’s last year in the crypto game
FTX founder Bankman-Fried is the subject of Michael Lewis’s new book, “Going Infinite: The Rise and Fall of a New Tycoon.”washingtonpost.com
Maryland hospitals are not alone in medical ‘mistakes’
Avoidable deaths seem to be an epidemic in the United States.washingtonpost.com
Pressing for elections now would weaken Ukrainian democracy
We will work closely with our Ukrainian partners, including the Central Election Commission, to prepare for elections when the necessary conditions are met.washingtonpost.com
Virginia voters don’t stand with the GOP on abortion restrictions
Only 17 percent of Virginians want stricter abortion restrictions.washingtonpost.com
A solution for insurance problems with coronavirus vaccines
Medicare-for-all would take the headache out of routine medical issues.washingtonpost.com
The world has always wanted to move on from Jamal Khashoggi’s murder
I could see it coming at Time’s 2018 Person of the Year celebration.washingtonpost.com
How the diploma divide came to dominate American politics
The GOP’s populist movement didn’t start in 2016. It developed across decades amid a realignment of college-educated and non-college-educated voters.washingtonpost.com
The GOP’s arsonists lost on the shutdown, but they’re not going away
Given Trump’s hold on Republican House members, it’s still unlikely that their cooperating with Democrats will become a habit.washingtonpost.com