Editorial

Tony Blair is right: Vote again on Brexit

The UK needs a do-over debate on leaving the European Union.

Editorial

Give T fare revamp a chance — but enforce the contract

There are many things to like in the MBTA’s plan for a new fare collection system, if the T exercises vigilance over the contractor.

Dan Wasserman

How some celebrate MLK Day

Cartoonist Dan Wasserman offers his take on the news.

EDITORIAL

How newspaper publishers can take on Silicon Valley duopoly

Google and Facebook don’t do the painstaking work of developing sources and uncovering corruption, but reap enormous profits from those who do.

EDITORIAL

Spineless silence on Trump’s bigoted rant

The Republicans at President Trump’s immigration meeting failed a serious test of character, and they ought to be held accountable too.

EDITORIAL

Cameras for police, confidence for the public

What’s it going to take for Mayor Walsh to fully embrace putting body cameras on Boston police officers?

EDITORIAL

Mass. turned to oil and coal during the cold snap. Here’s what went wrong

Efforts by some environmental activists to block natural gas pipelines have had the opposite effect.

EDITORIAL

A blow to Salvadorans — and the Massachusetts economy

The employers that have benefited from the labor of Salvadoran workers should speak up for them now.

EDITORIAL

No, you don’t own that parking spot

It’s time for a permanent ban on space savers.

EDITORIAL

Mayor Walsh’s big, but incomplete, plan for Long Island

Walsh’s grand vision may be worth pursuing, but the city needs to show it’s the best way to invest in recovery.

WE RESOLVE: What readers can expect from the Globe’s editorial pages in 2018

The new year brings unsettling divisions in the nation’s electorate and record low approval ratings for President Trump. Here’s how we hope to make sense of it.

EDITORIAL

A look back at a turbulent 2017

A year of opinions, revisited.

Our commitment: The Globe editorial board’s resolutions for 2017

What to expect from the Globe’s editorial pages in the new year

Editorial

Jeff Sessions reignites the drug war

Consistent in its inconsistency, the Trump administration has reversed course on the booming recreational marijuana industry.

EDITORIAL

Is Mitt Romney off to see the Wizard of Oz?

Can Romney find his courage by winning election as US senator from Utah — and then standing up to President Trump?

EDITORIAL

Mass. should set standards for recovery coaches

Massachusetts now lets just about anyone market themselves as a coach to help people claw back from addiction.

Editorial

It’s time for Congress to act on CHIP and DACA

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill need to quit kicking the can down the road.

EDITORIAL

Boston needs a ‘night mayor’

Can’t grab a burger after 11 p.m.? That could be a job for a new night life manager.

EDITORIAL

Pick up the pace, Beacon Hill

As 2017 comes to a close, the state Legislature finds itself in a familiar situation.

EDITORIAL

UMass takes on the challenging online market

The University of Massachusetts has hired a CEO for its online programming — the challenge will be to turn a promising idea into much-needed revenue.

EDITORIAL

A cruel new front in the war on reproductive rights

Recent cases are part of an alarming new assault on abortion rights for one of the most vulnerable populations: undocumented teen immigrants held in government custody.

EDITORIAL

Here’s how states can step up and preserve Obamacare

Despite Donald Trump’s best efforts at repealing his predecessor’s signal achievement, the Affordable Care Act has survived year the first year of Trump’s vindictive presidency.

EDITORIAL

West Station is key to Boston’s next great neighborhood

Taxpayers deserve more from the Allston interchange project than Governor Baker seems ready to settle for.

EDITORIAL

From Globe Santa, the gift of joy

Globe Santa has brought gifts, and immeasurable joy, to children in need for 61 years.

Editorial

The very real climate crisis at the North Pole

The melting of the Arctic ice cap is a radical climate disruption that is already wreaking worldwide havoc.