Thomas Fisher
February 11
An executive order called “Making Federal Buildings Beautiful Again” would establish a Classical style, inspired by Greek and Roman architecture,

Draft order on federal building style is Classical mistake

We needn't perpetually imitate the past, and in many cases to do so would be patently absurd.
Letters
February 11
Third-graders from Clara Barton Open School petted a sheep at the Minnesota State Fair in 2018. Their school would move from a magnet to a community s

Readers Write: Minneapolis redistricting, education funding, self-driving cars, the Vindmans, democracy

Don't redistrict what works.
Rachel Marsden
February 11
A young man in Havana strikes a pose. For what it’s worth, Cuba is among countries listed as “actors targeting the United States.”

Report on biggest threats to U.S. is thinly disguised shakedown

It's a blueprint for how to funnel money better spent elsewhere to federal agencies and military-industrial cronies.
Jon Healey
February 11
Officials from the Office of Management and Budget delivered President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for the 2021 fiscal year to the House Budget C

Trump's latest budget proposal screams bad faith

He's reneging on the agreement he struck with congressional Democrats last July.
Aaron Blake
February 11
Michael Bloomberg, then a potential Democratic presidential candidate, at the Christian Cultural Center, a predominantly black megachurch in Brooklyn,

Michael Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk problem persists

The latest development is new focus on a 2015 speech about the policy.
Kelly King
February 11
Kade King, 12, takes CBD oil twice a day to reduce the frequency of his epileptic seizures. But CBD is not allowed on school grounds, so he can’t ta

Editorial counterpoint: The case for CBD use in schools

It's already present, benefiting students who need it. It can be well-managed.
Editorial
February 11

Give Trump Medicaid change a chance

Making the program efficient and effective is a worthy goal.
Mark Buchanan
February 11
This undated product image provided by Volvo Cars shows the Volvo XC90 SUV. Uber is teaming with Volvo Cars to launch its newest self-driving vehicle.

How to build a morally ethical self-driving car

What happens when lives are at stake and a split-second decision is necessary?
Editorial
February 10
National Security Council aide Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman testified before the House Intelligence Committee in November during a public impeachment he

Editorial: Trump's shameful firing of Alexander Vindman (and his brother)

"Compliant" Congress fails to check a vengeful, unrepentant president.
Opinion
February 10
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Editorial cartoon: Dana Summers on Pelosi's somber moment

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Steve Sack
February 10
Editorial cartoon.

Editorial cartoon: Dana Summers on Kobe's early exit

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Opinion
February 10
Editorial cartoon: Mike Lester on the acquittal

Editorial cartoon: Mike Lester on the acquittal

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Opinion
February 10
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Editorial cartoon: Dana Summers on Mitt Romney

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