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Move fast and break things

Facebook, Google, and Twitter currently pose a danger to democracy. The government must break up the big companies, and philanthropies and public agencies should invest in new online public squares.

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Anatomy of an insurrection

The American people are entitled to know how the Capitol was breached and why law enforcement failed to protect the seat of government.

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Will federal law enforcement finally take the right-wing terror threat seriously?

The Capitol siege was the foreseeable consequence of an America where white supremacists and radical conspiracy theorists are given wide latitude to wreak havoc.

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Impeach Trump again. Now

The president should resign immediately. But even if he does, Congress must hold him accountable for sedition.

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American carnage

Republicans should not be surprised that a dangerous monster was unleashed on the Capitol. They created it.

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MBTA service cuts are bad public policy

Slashing public transit funding will hamper the state’s recovery and undermine long-term goals for the region.

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Trump wanted GOP’s help to ‘find’ votes. What they need to find is a backbone

The president’s call to the Georgia Secretary of State was a low point, even for this White House. It exposes the destructiveness of Republicans pledging to reject states’ electoral counts.

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Trump’s conspiracy train reaches the end of the line

Republicans in Congress should be standing up for the results of the election and rejecting the president’s conspiracy theories, not fueling them.