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01/24/19 6:01am
01/24/2019 6:01 AM

On Tuesday, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut did what, at any other time in our recent history, would seem completely unbelievable. But we aren’t in any other time; we are in a time when the federal government is not just dysfunctional — in the way many families can be while still finding a way to move forward. It’s well past that now. The federal government is not functioning at all. READ

01/19/19 5:59am
01/19/2019 5:59 AM

Garfield M. Langhorn Jr. was born in tiny Cumberland, Va., in the rural center of the state, an hour’s drive west of Richmond, the state capital. He grew up in Riverhead, part of a community of African Americans with roots in the South who came north for a better life, away from the institutionalized segregation and rigid rules that separated blacks from whites. READ

12/08/18 6:00am
12/08/2018 6:00 AM

Professionals will one day write the history of the administration of President George H.W. Bush. They will scour official archives, speak with scores of people, examine policies, controversies, failures and successes, and then write substantial books that examine the record. Those accounts will no doubt look at the war to expel Iraq from Kuwait, Mr. Bush’s successful stewardship of the unification of Germany and the end of the Cold War as we all knew it then. READ

12/01/18 6:00am
12/01/2018 6:00 AM

Of the many insults that come with living in one of the highest-taxed regions in the country, where indictments of public officials on corruption charges seem almost commonplace, news last week of a law enforcement effort called “Operation Pay Dirt” only added to an already long list of red flags about life on this island. READ