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No, ISIS isn’t defeated in Syria — and Trump lacks a strategy

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The deaths of four Americans in Syria Wednesday provided tragic new evidence of just how foolhardy President Trump’s decision was to declare that ISIS had been defeated.

Karen Cosmas, Tanisha M. Sullivan, and Cindy Rowe

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On Saturday, the women’s march will be held on the Boston Common.

JOAN VENNOCHI

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The report is the only way to tell if Wynn Resorts has rid itself of managers who covered up Steve Wynn’s alleged sexual misconduct.

Michael A. Cohen

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The evidence that Trump has acted as an agent of the Russians — either wittingly or unwittingly — is overwhelming.

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Walsh’s agenda: Housing and jobs, but on his terms

By focusing on housing and things the city can and should be allowed to do on its own, Marty Walsh shows the seriousness of his intent.

SCOT LEHIGH

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There are only a handful of people who know the truth about Donald Trump and Russia.

JEFF JACOBY

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It is a stain on America’s reputation that it elected a president who professes to see more honor in our enemies than in the leaders of the US Congress.

Renée Graham

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Steve King isn’t a glitch in the GOP machine. The party has long tolerated and embraced his racism.

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Letters

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One woman’s account of the end of her pregnancy raises awareness in readers of the importance of abortion rights.

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Mueller report may not have impact many desire

“The only viable and realistic check on President Donald Trump is the voting public.”

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If Trump is implicated in a crime, Congress must act

“Not since the Civil War has there been as serious a threat to the structure of our government, as it was envisioned by the Framers.”

EDITORIAL

No, ISIS isn’t defeated in Syria — and Trump lacks a strategy

The deaths of four Americans in Syria Wednesday provided tragic new evidence of just how foolhardy President Trump’s decision was to declare that ISIS had been defeated.

Karen Cosmas, Tanisha M. Sullivan, and Cindy Rowe

Women in Massachusetts march forward

On Saturday, the women’s march will be held on the Boston Common.

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Revelation: Were crickets behind the ‘sonic attack’ on the American embassy in Cuba?

In the fall of 2016, American diplomats in Cuba complained of high-pitched sounds that were leading to headaches, vertigo, and hearing loss.

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The global poor go online for the same reasons you do

News flash, folks: Internet users in the developing world have the same motivations you do.

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