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Handguns seem out of place in a sacred space

While church leaders should consider increasing or improving security measures, asking the congregation to arm itself doesn’t seem like the ideal solution.

That Netflix tweet wasn’t creepy. Reality is

Being aware of how your data is being used is the first step to bridging the gap between consumer expectations of privacy and actual practice.

Dems should be heartbroken that Moore lost

Democrats were looking forward to spending the next year wrapping Moore around the necks of Republicans.


OPINION

How Trump can win the GOP’s great war of ideas

The base, which overwhelmingly backed Trump, is impatient with the infuriating combination of insouciance and threadbare slogans offered by Republican elites.


OPINION

Why Russia probe makes Trump so angry

There is a growing, mostly undisputed body of evidence describing contacts between Trump associates and Russia-linked operatives.


OPINION

Jerusalem stance rules out ‘ultimate’ deal

When President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel earlier this month, he called it a “long-overdue step to advance the peace process.” Yet the president’s ill-timed Jerusalem speech has had exactly the opposite impact.

OPINION

Trump delivering on foreign policy promises

When he ran for president, he promised, in effect, to destabilize the international order.


OPINION

Star Wars, drone spies threaten US defenses

A HEMP strike would bring about a “doomsday scenario” and an act of war that kills no one directly but plunges everyone into the first stages of a technological dark age.


OPINION

Anti-Mueller effort politically motivated

Republican voters, primed by the delegitimization campaign, will press GOP senators and representatives to support Trump, not Mueller.

OPINION

Honor American Indians’ military heroism

By the end of World War II, more than 44,500 American Indians served in the U.S. armed forces. That is more than 10 percent of their population.


OPINION

Even after Ala., Bannon’s sticking with plan

Jones’ victory put the Democrats within striking distance of taking back control of the Senate in 2018. If that happens, the Trump presidency is over.


OPINION

Dems’ possibilities grow with miraculous victory

Alabama voters decided they’d prefer not to perpetuate the stereotype of reactionary, racist Southerners.


OPINION

Monopolies threatening American democracy

The true cost of monopoly is the hijacking of our politics by the hugely powerful few.

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