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GOP on US Rep. Jim Jordan: crickets

FILE - In this Thursday, July 12, 2018, file photo, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, questions FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok during the House Committees on the Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform hearing on

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When one of their own is under fire, GOP legislators line up to attack the credibility of accusers.

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Some good proposals could fall by the wayside before the end of the legislative session, July 31.

Michael A. Cohen

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Over 18 months of constant moral and ethical transgressions, the last five days have been perhaps the most unsettling.

Ideas | Jesse Singal

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Online outrage may be altering our thinking in worrisome ways and interfering with our ability to be effective, well-adjusted people.

Opinion | Gina Scaramella

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A case Brett Kavanaugh ruled on is exemplary of the prevasive sexual abuse of faced by refugees.

Ideas | Beth Wolfensberger Singer

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Test your parenting instincts against tips from Vanderbilt’s 1952 masterwork.

JEFF JACOBY

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Reversing Roe would throw Republicans into put-up-or-shut-up territory that many of them would be unable to navigate.

Renée Loth

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President Trump is pushing new work requirements on aid recipients, many of whom are elderly or children.

SCOT LEHIGH

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Trump has now officially surpassed Bill Clinton at linguistic legerdemain.

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Governor Baker has contradicted himself with his rejection of safe injection sites for people with substance abuse disorders.

Opinion | Peter Rothstein

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Increasing the Massachusetts Renewable Portfolio Standard, or RPS, is the missing key.

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This pilot plan is designed to help reduce peak congestion and collect helpful data.

Opinion | Stephen Kinzer

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Spain is considering removing the remains of Francisco Franco from his crypt. It’s about time.

DANTE RAMOS

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To fix our crippling housing crunch, Massachusetts should let people build “granny apartments.” So why isn’t Robert DeLeo’s House doing anything to legalize more housing?

Opinion | Christopher Weyant

The long history of US-Russia diplomacy

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are just the latest in a long line of leaders on the world stage.

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Why Democrats should hope Roe v. Wade is overruled

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Michael A. Cohen

Get used to the Era of Discombobulation

Over 18 months of constant moral and ethical transgressions, the last five days have been perhaps the most unsettling.

Renée Loth

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When outrage is all the rage, progressive politics suffer

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Spain is considering removing the remains of Francisco Franco from his crypt. It’s about time.

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