The Pope made a serious mistake

WASHINGTON -- I was tempted to defend Pope Benedict XVIs comments about Islam on the grounds that... More

  • By E. J. Dionne Jr.
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Unity is lost amid the rubble

Its a truism that the world of Sept. 10, 2001, is gone, vaporized in the attacks of the next day.... More

  • By Ronald Brownstein
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Beware the nuke in a suitcase

In the summer of 2000, Russian President Vladimir V. Putin told me a story that I have been... More

  • By Natan Sharansky
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Oil detox by pain at the pump

Across the country, politicians and ordinary citizens want to lower taxes on gasoline to ease... More

  • By Steve Yetiv
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A helping hand

Since the City Commission is determined to build a $9 million Public Safety Building/Mayor May... More

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A lonely Paul Revere

WASHINGTON -- The headline Thursday morning from Iraq read: Nearly 100 Killed in Baghdad During... More

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Not just local anymore

BALTIMORE -- This years election may turn Tip ONeills adage, All Politics Is Local, not so much... More

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Letters to the Editor

The State Journal encourages readers to submit letters to the editor for publication by noon... More

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We would do it again

It now appears Stephanie Whitaker probably was right when she suspected that Sandra Suiter, the... More

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A very high cost

WASHINGTON -- In his televised 9/11 address, President Bush said that we must not leave our... More

  • By Charles Krauthammer
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The mainstream won

WASHINGTON -- The lesson from Tuesdays round of primaries in nine states and the District of... More

  • By David Broder
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Oakwoods last chance

The Oakwood facility near Somerset, the states largest center for mentally retarded adults, got... More

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The inside story

On May 11, 2005, Doug Doerting, a 30-year state employee, asked to meet with the Attorney... More

  • By Scott Crawford-Sutherland
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The liberal attack on Wal-Mart

EVERGREEN PARK, Ill. -- This suburb, contiguous with Chicagos western edge, is 88 percent white.... More

  • By George F. Will
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Baghdad must be reinforced

We are at a crucial moment in Iraq. Supporters of the war, like us, have in the past differed... More

  • By William Kristol and Rich Lowry
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Just shy of Utopia

The future was supposed to be a fully automated, atomic-powered, germ-free utopia -- a place... More

  • By Daniel H. Wilson
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A chilled relationship, for now

WASHINGTON British politics has delivered its own verdict on the war on terror. By a poignant... More

  • By Sebastian Mallaby
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Losing the war on terror

LAHORE, Pakistan In the five years since Sept. 11, the tactics and strategy of Islamic... More

  • By Ahmed Rashid
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The fifth anniversary

The following editorial appeared in The Washington Post Sept. 10: As the fifth anniversary of... More

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