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Donald J. Trump exists on two levels: the presidential level and the fool level. On one level he makes personnel and other decisions. On the other he tweets, writes David Brooks.

The Lord of Misrule

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So much of Hawaii’s modern history and character, in all its color and complexity, can be traced to one export crop.

The Sun Finally Sets on Sugar Cane in Hawaii

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President Barack Obama will leave office with roughly 2,000 pending requests on his desk — an embarrassing record that isn’t excused by the similarly poor showings of other recent presidents.

Mr. Obama, Pick Up Your Pardon Pen

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We tell stories that make us seem adventurous, or funny, or strong. We tell stories that make our lives seem interesting. And we tell these stories not only to others, but also to ourselves.

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

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More than 300,000 people have died from opioid overdoses in the last 15 years. The epidemic has also devastated the lives of countless children.

Young Victims of the Opioid Epidemic

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Construction-safety lapses happen because it pays for companies to run the risk of letting them happen. When the dead are largely foreign born and, in many cases, undocumented, no one much cares.

2 Years, 31 Dead Construction Workers. New York Can Do Better.

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“For years now, I have heard the word ‘Wait!’ It rings in the ear of every Negro with piercing familiarity," wrote Martin Luther King Jr. in “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” (From the archives.)

Dr. King’s Righteous Fury

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I can be archived under a plethora of labels: bookworm, American-born Chinese, suspected agent of the gay agenda. But labels can’t convey the experience of living them all at once, writes a junior at Hope College.

Finding Myself Through My College Major

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House Republicans and a handful of Democrats recently passed three bills that would radically deregulate corporate America.

The Assault on Health and Safety Begins

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There is a darker side to Amazon's Alexa. The conversational platform aims to become so natural that we’ll barely notice she’s listening at all, writes Alexa O’Brien.

Ask Alexa? No, Hear This Alexa

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Dr. King’s legacy — the meaning of “Martin Luther King” in the popular mind — began to change as soon as the man himself left us.

Which Martin Luther King Are We Celebrating Today?

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Donald J. Trump, I join John Lewis in asserting with full confidence and clear conscience that I, too, don’t see you as a legitimate president. You will wear that scarlet “I” on your tan chest for as long as you sit in the White House, writes Charles M. Blow.

John’s Gospel of Trump’s Illegitimacy

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Let’s be thankful that John Lewis had the courage to speak out. It was the patriotic, heroic thing to do, writes Paul Krugman.

With All Due Disrespect

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Turkey has now surpassed China as the world’s main jailer of journalists.

Turkey’s Relentless Attack on the Press

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As the Syrian government took back eastern Aleppo from the rebels in December, the story you heard in the Arab world about what was happening largely depended on where you got your news.

The Linguistic Labyrinth of Arabic News

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No nation, no matter how exceptional, can try to grow faster than economic forces allow without the risk of provoking a volatile boom-bust cycle.

Why Trump Can’t Make It 1981 Again

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Pakistan’s insistence on trying and convicting its terrorists in secret is baffling. The war against the Taliban and other religious extremists is supposedly a war of ideas. But how are we to fight an idea when we don’t know what it is?

In Pakistan, Justice for the Killers Among Us

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Eric Cantor, the former House majority leader, looks back on his party's relationship with President Barack Obama.

Eric Cantor: What the Obama Presidency Looked Like to the Opposition

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Deep down, every cancer patient wants to believe he is going to make it, and the survival rate is the blunt, messy tool we use to convince ourselves.

I Had a 9 Percent Chance. Plus Hope.

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When Barack Obama won the presidency, nothing seemed beyond his reach. Yet after two terms, the Democratic Party is weaker than it has been since the 1920s.

Eight Was Enough

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