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It impaired almost every field of health care and medicine worldwide.

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The Biden administration has to figure out how to hold Beijing to account for failing to fulfill its commitments. More tariffs are not the answer.

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The law defied its critics' doom-and-gloom predictions. But its future is still in question.

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Democrats want to suspend the gas tax. Their motivation is as obvious as it is imprudent.

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Several Democratic and Republican governors have moved to lift or relax mask mandates, including in schools. It's smarter to leave it to individual localities and school districts.

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The Biden administration made a good call on Afghanistan’s frozen assets.

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The case of Kamila Valieva shows that the sanctions already imposed on Russia for doping Olympic athletes have not been enough.

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There is now no doubt the NFL was never interested in getting out the truth.

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In the case of Ms. Cook, some Republicans have claimed she knows little about the Fed and macroeconomics. That could not be further from the truth.

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Yale Kamisar, whose work helped reshape for the better American justice, is a reminder of why it is important to move forward on criminal justice reforms.

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These protesters are a lawless minority whose means are an affront to democracy.

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As Russia puts the final military forces in place for an invasion of Ukraine, French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to revive a peace process. The means he has chosen could put undue pressure on Ukraine and play into Putin's hands.

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It is still a shock to see how Mr. Trump so purposefully tore up the laws and norms of public service.

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VMI’s stance, which prevailed again this year thanks to GOP lawmakers in Richmond, is evidence of willful blindness to its own problems.

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Why hasn't the federal government already acted?

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Two years after the death of Breonna Taylor, a Black man's killing in a no-knock police raid shows that reform of this dangerous practice is overdue.

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The administration’s wavering is unacceptable.

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We should use the time ahead to prepare for whatever unpredictable zig-zag the virus takes next.

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In an extraordinary direct challenge to the United States, Presidents Xi and Putin announce a new joint venture to stop the spread of freedom.

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Sluggish population growth is a bad sign.

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