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Crowding, squalor and despair predominate in Greece’s Moria refugee camp. Demolish it and welcome the newcomers to the Continent, writes
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The Editorial Board: It’s time for the President to end the highly politicized prosecution of Michael Flynn
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The single best thing for young families is leaving a high-crime, high-poverty neighborhood, writes Holman Jenkins
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Fighting with India in the Himalayas may cost China its shot at becoming the dominant tech power, writes
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Today on the Potomac Watch podcast: The Supreme Court's summer blockbusters
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Glenn Loury, the Brown economist, on his winding journey from South Side Chicago to Reagan Republican, to the left and back to the right.
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With only two exceptions, liberals have considered every Republican presidential victory in the last half-century more or less illegitimate, writes Barton Swaim
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London is standing up to Chinese bullying as the EU dawdles. Beijing has noticed.
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Symptoms include obsession with the president’s hair and comparing him to Mao, writes Joseph Epstein
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The Editorial Board: As President, Joe Biden says he’d keep harassing the Little Sisters of the Poor on contraception.
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A proposed Holocaust memorial in Ukraine would create a bizarre “immersive” experience in which visitors act in the roles of Nazi executioners, Jewish victims and local collaborators, writes
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Don’t wait for CEO Jack Dorsey and his Twitter censors to mark these racist tweets as offensive hate speech, writes The Editorial Board
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America’s political, corporate and media leaders are panicking to appease radical activists, like they did after the riots of the 1960s, writes
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 9
Trump Derangement Syndrome appears in five stages, each of advanced intensity. The cause is clear enough, but so far there is no known cure, writes Joseph Epstein
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 9
The Supreme Court has weakened the Presidency by opening the gates to harassment by Congress and especially local prosecutors, writes The Editorial Board
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 9
Since the moment Nancy Pelosi became House Speaker in January 2019, she has operated as if her institution has limitless power. Now her subpoena cannon has been replaced with a rifle, writes
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 9
Another potentially devastating pandemic is looming. Without new medications, antibiotic-resistant germs could kill 10 million a year world-wide by 2050, write David A. Ricks and Kasim Kutay 
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 9
“There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America,” Bill Clinton said nearly three decades ago. These words are still true, writes
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 9
We should transform structures from odious emblems into teaching tools, writes Eric Gibson. Erase them, and you allow those ideas to lurk, unchallenged, in the fever swamps of collective memory
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 9
A study of fatal police shootings reached conclusions at odds with the political consensus. Now the authors are retracting their research simply because I cited it, writes
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