Findlay police report scam

The Findlay Police Department is warning area residents about a scam by people who are collecting donations. On its Facebook page, the Police Department said people, who said they were athletes from Elmwood High School in Wood County, were collecting funds for a dying teacher at...

Dionne: How Arizona’s anti-gay bill will hurt the religious

Social and religious conservatives should have been the first to oppose the Arizona Legislature’s effort to allow businesses to discriminate against same-sex couples on religious grounds. Partisans of the religious right apparently don’t feel this way, but...

Will: The liberal agenda: Being good to liberals

The many jaundiced assessments of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on the fifth anniversary of its enactment were understandable, given that the sluggish recovery, now drowsing through the second half of its fifth year, is historically anemic. Still, bleak judgments...

Ignatius: China’s assertiveness leaves its neighbors anxious

SHANGHAI A Chinese military expert is explaining to a conference here what he sees as the benign inevitability of Beijing’s rising power in the Pacific. “You should trust China,” he says cheerily. “In 10 years, we will be much stronger, and you will feel safer.” David...

Editorial: Virginia parties make it harder for voters to participate

IN VIRGINIA, Republicans have been shunning primaries in recent years. The idea is to narrow the pool of potential voters in order to convene committed party activists who will choose ideologically correct nominees. The effect has been a string of losses in general elections by...

Editorial: China turns the screws on dissidents by persecuting their families

WHEN A single courageous individual like Liu Xiaobo stands up to an oppressive state like China, the sound that follows is often silence. Mr. Liu was sent into what the Beijing government hopes will be oblivion with an 11-year prison term on charges of subversion for his role in...

Editorial: A House GOP proposal for tax reform is, unfortunately, dead on arrival

IN A properly functioning Washington, the tax reform plan unveiled Wednesday by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) would kick off a major debate over how to fix the federal government’s inefficient system of revenue collection. Mr. Camp proposes to...

When a parent’s advice to a young woman sounds like victim-blaming

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West Point’s football focus is a sign of the military’sdifficult priority-setting

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Susan Rice and President Obama need a do-something attitude

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