The “peculiar institution” is no artifact of the dead past. It shaped today. It is shaping tomorrow. And we cannot fix that until we face...
In addition to our staff columnists, The Seattle Times publishes a variety of syndicated columnists, representing a breadth of political thought and perspective. Below are recent syndicated columns published in The Times.
Almost daily, educators across the country tell me that at least half of their students use electronic cigarettes, mainly the Juul brand. Many of these...
The bond market, which is the best indicator we have, is declaring that Trumponomics was a flop.
Using U.S. power to enforce domestic standards in impoverished countries is the wrong idea.
Data we gathered from October 2018 through May 2019 show that large-scale manipulation of Facebook is still possible and that big networks of fake accounts...
Could managing the economy be more complicated than Trump thought? | Paul Waldman / Syndicated columnist
When President Donald Trump ran for president in 2016, he told voters a relatively simple story about the economy: Although the recovery after the Great...
Six months later, Amazon’s foes in NYC have no replacement for the loss of promised jobs | Guest editorial | New York Daily News
The retreat of the online giant was — and remains — a huge economic hit for New York.
There's something deeply disturbing about Congress and the federal government standing powerless before U.S. drug companies and relying on little Canada to bail us out.
China's Belt and Road Initiative is seeing a revival lately, after a year of rumblings from developing nations that President Xi Jinping had set them...
Democrats’ impeachment bumblings are damaging Congress’ strongest check on the president | Rep. Doug Collins / Guest columnist
Already, House Democrats are struggling to play by — or even understand — the rules governing impeachment.
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