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Harrison Butker doesn’t only kick footballs

The NFL should have defended the Kansas City kicker’s right to speak his mind. Kansas City Chiefs' kicker Harrison Butker scores the winning...

17.05.2024 70

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If you have nothing nice to say, we can be friends

Despite the mess of potential Trump vice president picks, it’s nice to see some Americans won’t let our flag fall. South Carolina Sen. Tim...

10.05.2024 20

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Biden’s abortion push reeks of desperation

The presidential election season has exaggerated our differences over the issue. President Biden delivers his State of the Union address...

05.05.2024 40

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Harvey Weinstein got lucky, but all roads lead to karma

Harvey Weinstein outside a Manhattan courthouse in February 2020. (Seth Wenig/AP) Listen 5 min Share Comment on this...

26.04.2024 30

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Wyoming’s wolf-elimination policy leads to torture and darkness

A wolf at Yellowstone National Park. (Jacob W. Frank/AP) Listen 5 min Share Comment on this story Comment ...

19.04.2024 40

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Social media has become a grim fairy tale

(iStock) Listen 6 min Share Comment on this story Comment Add to your saved stories Save ...

12.04.2024 10

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Christine Blasey Ford is no hero, if justice is the measure

Christine Blasey Ford at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in September 2018. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post) Listen 6 min ...

31.03.2024 20

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Millions in opioid settlement funds sit unspent when lives could be saved

A dose of Narcan, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, is seen in 2022. (Leah Willingham/AP) Listen 5 min ...

25.03.2024 10

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For the country’s sake, Vice President Harris should step aside

Vice President Harris speaks during a visit to a clinic that performs abortions in St. Paul, Minn., on Thursday. (Nicole Neri/Reuters) ...

15.03.2024 90

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Hillary Clinton was (mostly) right about the vast right-wing conspiracy

Hillary Clinton and President Bill Clinton at the White House in December 1998. (Susan Walsh/AP) Listen 5 min Share ...

01.03.2024 20

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Haley may have lost, but she’s not finished

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley votes at her polling place in Kiawah Island, S.C., on Saturday. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post) ...

25.02.2024 40

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When Trump speaks, take him literally

Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in South Carolina on Feb. 10. (Sam Wolfe/Reuters) Listen 4 min Share Comment on...

16.02.2024 30

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For one brief musical moment, we were the world

Huey Lewis and Lionel Richie were part of the "greatest night in pop." (Charley Gallay/Getty Images) Listen 4 min Share ...

09.02.2024 10

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Alex Murdaugh didn’t get a new trial — but he might yet

Rebecca Hill, the Colleton County, S.C., clerk of court, is sworn in before testifying this week during a jury-tampering hearing in the Alex Murdaugh...

03.02.2024 20

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Tom Hall might have died 100 times, and then he did

The entrance to Tom Hall's family home in Fort Motte, S.C. (Kathleen Parker/The Washington Post) Listen 7 min Share ...

26.01.2024 30

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In Murdaugh’s world, you don’t have to make stuff up. Just bring the popcorn.

Judge Jean Toal, former South Carolina Supreme Court justice, presides during a hearing on a motion for Alex Murdaugh's retrial on Tuesday. (Tracy...

20.01.2024 30

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In politics, there are liars and better liars

Former president Donald Trump speaks in New York on Thursday. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) Listen 5 min Share Comment on...

12.01.2024 10

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The rational case for President Nikki Haley

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley attends a Lady Hawkeyes Tailgate campaign event in Coralville, Iowa, on Dec. 30. (Rachel Mummey/Reuters)...

05.01.2024 10

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South Carolina plaintiffs seek to correct the civil rights record

Before he became the first Black justice of the Supreme Court, Thurgood Marshall argued Brown v. Board of Education before the court. (Bob Schutz/AP) ...

30.12.2023 10

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Sandra Day O’Connor, the woman my father wanted me to be

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor with Brooksley Born and Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1983. (Harry Naltchayan/The Washington Post) Listen 5...

23.12.2023 20

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Chinese tycoon Jimmy Lai gets his 80 days in court

Sebastien Lai holds a newspaper bearing the image of his father, pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai. (I-Hwa Cheng/AFP/Getty Images) ...

16.12.2023 30

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Alex Murdaugh missed his calling

Alex Murdaugh cries as he addresses the court during his sentencing on Nov. 28 for stealing from 18 clients. (Andrew J. Whitaker/AP) ...

01.12.2023 7

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New photos from al-Shifa Hospital should renew outrage against Hamas

A bulletproof vest with a Hamas insignia was found with weapons at al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City. (Israel Defense Forces via AP) (AP) ...

18.11.2023 100

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At third GOP debate, Haley’s comet again shone brightest

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley at the party's third debate in Miami on Wednesday. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Listen 5...

10.11.2023 20

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Dave Barry has opinions, really

Dave Barry at a book signing in Washington in 2014. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post) Listen 4 min Share Comment...

04.11.2023 10

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Go West, not South, young man – and everybody else, too

Traffic moves through downtown Camden, South Carolina, in February 2020. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Listen 6 min Share ...

28.10.2023 30

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Who hacked our DNA — and why?

The double helix. Listen 5 min Share Comment on this story Comment It was fun while it lasted. It...

13.10.2023 1

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The dead live on as long as the living remember

A memorial dedicated to Steven and Nancy Hales in a park near where they lived. (Kathleen Parker/The Washington Post) Listen 5 min ...

06.10.2023 30

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China’s most vocal critic is Hong Kong’s staunchest defender

Jimmy Lai at the Stanley Prison in Hong Kong on July 28. (Louise Delmotte/AP) Listen 4 min Share Comment on this...

26.09.2023 8

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Dressing down for the Senate is just bad manners

Dressed for their job: Sens. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Raphael G. Warnock (D-Ga.) and Rep. Joe Neguse (D-Colo.). (Demetrius Freeman/The Washington...

22.09.2023 6

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Jury-tampering charges in the Murdaugh trial now haunt South Carolina

Alex Murdaugh with his legal team in March before he was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences for the murders of his wife and son. (Joshua...

09.09.2023 3

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