The Washington Post : opinions
07h46 26  février
Mohammed bin Salman is guilty of murder. Biden should not give him a pass.
Editorial Board
If the crown prince’s criminal apparatus is not dismantled, there will be more victims like Jamal Khashoggi.
12h00
The Golden Globes are a good reminder you don’t need to take everyone’s judgment seriously
By Alyssa Rosenberg
Someone’s always going to be wrong on the Internet, at awards shows or anywhere else a lot of people congregate.
10h17 25  février
The clock is ticking on North Korea. Biden should make the first move.
By Josh Rogin
The new administration can learn from the mistakes of its predecessors.
12h13
The Equality Act can become law if Democrats will add religious exemptions
By Jonathan Rauch
LGBTQ advocates have a historic shot at federal rights protections.
15h42 26  février
Pandemic grief could become its own health crisis
By Hope Edelman
Acknowledging not just the lives lost but also the loved ones mourning is key.
13h00 25  février
My baby daughter died of brain cancer. Here’s what we can do to save other kids.
By Andrew Kaczynski
Children with cancer touch a special place in people’s hearts. Yet, as a society, we have failed to put our best resources together to save more of these children.
11h47 27  février
A transphobic tirade against the Equality Act masquerading as feminism
By Jonathan Capehart
They say ignorance is bliss. But when it comes to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), ignorance is hateful and dangerous.
09h15
Hogan can’t explain away Maryland’s vaccine inequities. He needs a plan to fix them instead.
By Joshua M. Sharfstein, Leana Wen and Peter Beilenson
There is no justification for pointing to vaccine hesitancy when the real problem is vaccine access.
06h27
CPAC’s speakers exult in conservative victimhood
By Karen Tumulty
CPAC has fallen a long way from the days when actual policy ideas were discussed there.
13h00
Bernie Sanders wants you to know the high cost of our low minimum wage
By Helaine Olen
We’re subsidizing corporations while working citizens struggle.
11h10 26  février
With voting rights already under attack, the Supreme Court could deal another big blow
By Ruth Marcus
A looming case may reveal the strength, or weakness, of defenses against discrimination.
10h23
How a generation of 1930s rocketeers led us to unlock the secrets of Mars
By David Von Drehle
Perseverance is more than a catchy name for a rover; it’s a one-word summation of the JPL culture.
08h34
An oral history of the Potato Head secession
By Alexandra Petri
I just want to live in a country where potatoes are men, as God intended.
08h27
Biden actually has a strategy for the Middle East, not just a Twitter account
By Max Boot
In dealing with Iran and Saudi Arabia, Biden shows he is just as tough as Trump but far smarter.
06h56
Reagan would tell today’s CPAC to build a GOP coalition, not a church
By Henry Olsen
Conservatives can fulfill Reagan’s vision of a New Republican Party.
13h17
Mike Lee loves federalism just not for D.C.
By Colbert King
Once again, the Utah lawmaker thinks he knows what’s best for the city.
12h00
The Golden Globes are a good reminder you don’t need to take everyone’s judgment seriously
By Alyssa Rosenberg
Someone’s always going to be wrong on the Internet, at awards shows or anywhere else a lot of people congregate.
12h00
Unprecedented, untargeted spending is not necessarily a stimulus
By George Will
A trillion here, a trillion there and to what end?
12h38 25  février
A 15 minimum wage would cost employers. Inequality costs all of us.
By Eugene Robinson
It’s time to stop waging a War on the Poor and to raise the federal minimum wage.
13h00 16  février
Congress must invoke the 14th Amendment to stop Trump from running again
By Tom Coleman and John C. Danforth
Lawmakers can and must pursue an alternative path to protecting our republic from a future Trump presidency
14h00 27  février
Too many Republicans can’t be trusted to sit on a Jan. 6 commission
Editorial Board
It would be better to have no commission than to offer another forum for Republicans to cover for Trump.
09h29 26  février
Democracy is on the brink in one of Russia’s neighbors, and Putin is delighted
Editorial Board
Revolution is not the answer. Negotiation is.
08h09
A smart use for 50 billion of covid relief funds: Broadband
Editorial Board
Senate Democrats propose earmarking some state and local aid for Internet access.
07h46
Mohammed bin Salman is guilty of murder. Biden should not give him a pass.
Editorial Board
If the crown prince’s criminal apparatus is not dismantled, there will be more victims like Jamal Khashoggi.
06h50
You can lose your kids, home and freedom without ever seeing a lawyer. It’s a profound injustice.
Editorial Board
When they get to court, many poverty-stricken litigants are facing life-shattering outcomes alone without the benefit of counsel.
10h07 25  février
Virginia is still stuck in an ethical free-for-all when it comes to money in politics
Editorial Board
Eight years after a major scandal, state lawmakers still can’t get it right.
15h18 26  février
The way to fix democracy is more democracy
By Jennifer Rubin
This is an all-hands-on-deck moment for our country.
10h26
Slate clarifies guidelines on use of racial slurs following suspension of podcaster Mike Pesca
By Erik Wemple
The controversies underscore how news organizations aren’t just struggling to cover communities of color in a changing America; they’re roiling internally over racial questions as well.
07h06
Sputtering GOP opposition has given Democrats a big opening. Will they take it?
By Paul Waldman
The GOP is a party built for opposition, but it doesn’t seem as potent as it used to be.
06h56
Reagan would tell today’s CPAC to build a GOP coalition, not a church
By Henry Olsen
Conservatives can fulfill Reagan’s vision of a New Republican Party.
15h42
Pandemic grief could become its own health crisis
By Hope Edelman
Acknowledging not just the lives lost but also the loved ones mourning is key.
09h36 18  juin
To understand how to beat Trump in 2020, Democrats should look to comedians
By Richard Zoglin
Late-night comics have figured out the president’s weak points.
12h13 25  février
The Equality Act can become law if Democrats will add religious exemptions
By Jonathan Rauch
LGBTQ advocates have a historic shot at federal rights protections.
11h01
Why Senate Republicans fear Deb Haaland
By Julian Brave NoiseCat
The interior secretary nominee would bring experiences and perspectives that have never found representation in the leadership of the executive branch.
09h46
How a San Francisco bookstore owner made America freer, braver and more interesting
By Bill Savage
Through his City Lights bookstore and publishing imprint, Lawrence Ferlinghetti changed the country. Here’s what we can learn from him.
09h40
Let’s have immunity nights’ to keep American businesses alive
By Dorry Segev and Marty Makary
Allow restaurants to operate at capacity with people who can prove immunity to covid-19.
11h40 26  février
McConnell slithers back to supporting Trump
By Ann Telnaes
After publicly condemning the ex-president on the Senate floor, the minority leader now says he would support Trump as the 2024 Republican nominee.
06h17 27  février
Cartoon by Michael De Adder
By Michael De Adder
An editorial cartoon by Michael De Adder of deadder.net
09h29 26  février
Editorial Board
Revolution is not the answer. Negotiation is.
07h46
Democracy is on the brink in one of Russia’s neighbors, and Putin is delighted
Editorial Board
If the crown prince’s criminal apparatus is not dismantled, there will be more victims like Jamal Khashoggi.
07h38
Mohammed bin Salman is guilty of murder. Biden should not give him a pass.
By Iyad el-Baghdadi
A good future is one where MBS is internally checked by free Saudis who are able to demand accountability from their government.
17h04
What does justice for Jamal Khashoggi look like? Unleashing free expression in Saudi Arabia.
By Shaharzad Akbar
The Taliban benefits from the environment of fear and hopelessness around the peace process and the lack of critical voices demanding an inclusive peace.
16h29
Afghans are living in terror. That must change for peace.
By León Krauze
López Obrador’s decision to stand by Salgado has dismayed activists who have fought for years against the scourge of gender violence in Mexico.
11h33 17  février
The Mexican president’s decision to stand by an accused rapist is an insult to victims of gender violence
By Charles Sykes
The talk-radio host was the alpha and omega of modern conservatism.
09h15 27  février
We’re living in the world Rush Limbaugh created
By Joshua M. Sharfstein, Leana Wen and Peter Beilenson
There is no justification for pointing to vaccine hesitancy when the real problem is vaccine access.
14h00 26  février
Hogan can’t explain away Maryland’s vaccine inequities. He needs a plan to fix them instead.
By George A. Jones
When we took vaccine scheduling in-house, we helped change who was getting vaccinated.
14h00
How we’re working toward racial equity in distributing coronavirus vaccines in D.C.
By Hurunnessa Fariad,, Srilekha Palle and Guila Franklin Siegel
The school board can fulfill its responsibilities to all of FCPS’s children without having to choose between supporting religious equity and supporting academic equity.
14h00
Fairfax County’s school board is sowing division. Students of minority faiths deserve better.
By Janice Lynch Schuster
We already employ harm-reduction measures throughout our lives.
16h00 25  février
Let’s give people with opioid use disorder safe places in Maryland
By Anthony G. Brown
The solutions to address these issues are well known. Now is the time for action.
11h33 17  février
Maryland modeled how to tackle racial health disparities. Let’s revive that success.
By Charles Sykes
The talk-radio host was the alpha and omega of modern conservatism.