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A second term for Mayor Walsh

Mayor Martin Walsh of Boston deserves election to a second term on Nov. 7.

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China can’t ignore the danger next door

Xi Jinping’s speech neglected to mention two profoundly destabilizing factors: Donald Trump and North Korea.

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Amazon bids show spark . . . but what was N.H. thinking?

In scores of cities and states, residents learned something about their local governments as scores submitted bids for Amazon’s headquarters.

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EU must intervene in Spain’s ‘Catalexit’ crisis

Spain took steps on Thursday to crush Catalonia’s destabilizing bid for independence, one of the most severe political crises the country has faced in the last four decades.

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Trump should back the bipartisan ACA effort

A wise president would cut his losses and direct his attention and that of his party to other issues.

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The #MeToo campaign needs to continue beyond the social media firestorm

This should be the beginning, not the end, of a deeper examination of sexual abuse in the workplace.

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Boston is primed for Amazon

Let’s be clear: Amazon is a natural fit for our city.

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Roll back NAFTA? That’s no way to run a country

Like it or not, NAFTA is here. It’s part of our economic life. And abandoning it suddenly would come with a cost.

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Don’t punish towns needlessly on pot laws

The high number of opt-out municipalities is hardly the only growing pain in the nascent Massachusetts pot industry.

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In Puerto Rico, lasting damage but little help

Puerto Rico’s plight remains dire.

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Donald Trump’s health care order creates two Americas

With the stroke of his pen, Donald Trump divided young and healthy Americans from older and less healthy ones.

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Haitians still need protections from US

Will President Trump use many thousands of Haitians in the US as political props? We’re about to find out.

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Boldly go: Joint Mars mission could be Donald Trump’s legacy

Reviving the National Space Council is a good start. Next stop: a joint mission to Mars.

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The PC knives are out for Dr. Seuss. Really?

To caricature Dr. Seuss as a bigot, and to condemn his books on the basis of a tendentious overreaction, is as grinchy as it gets.

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Boston voters deserve more mayoral debates

Speaking to Bostonians via canned events is not the same as being held accountable on a debate stage.

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Boston needs to lead on clean energy

The city should step up and steer more of its enormous resources into clean energy.

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Jim Mattis is right: Stay in the Iran deal

The tone was low key, but its significance was unmistakable.

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Protect free access to birth control

The Trump administration has drafted a rule that would dial back contraception coverage mandated in Obamacare.

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Silicon Valley fails another test after Las Vegas

The missteps of Silicon Valley social media companies after Las Vegas killings is adding fuel to a very hot fire.

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Mapping our transportation future

All of a sudden, transportation and its discontents are in the public-agenda spotlight.

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Donald Trump could seize the moment on gun reform. Really.

Trump knows how to change his mind and abandon old allies. What better time than the present?

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Let’s build Massachusetts by building the arts

The effects of the arts in the Commonwealth are far-reaching; they demand greater public investment.

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Punitive ICE arrests make Mass. less safe

The raids conducted this week by ICE represent a new low.

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GOP tax plan leaves the middle class in the cold

The GOP tax plan sends an ominous signal to the millions of people struggling to hold on in this country: No help is coming.

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Spotlight revealed FAA’s failures. Here’s how to eliminate them.

The FAA should close loopholes that make the agency vulnerable to manipulation and fraud.