Russia’s economy is still marching along. Here’s how to slow it down.
Better and broader sanctions could punish the Kremlin's war machine.By the Editorial Board
What Congress can do, right now, about Justice Thomas
As the revelations on Justice Clarence Thomas keep coming, the public is entitled to answers.By the Editorial Board
D.C. is at a turning point. Its 2024 budget should reflect that.
The D.C. Council should focus on the essentials.By the Editorial Board
K Street is terrible. The D.C. Council should finally fix it.
A long-planned project to ease downtown congestion and beautify K Street might fall victim to D.C. Council politics.By the Editorial Board
Where’s the beef? Here’s why the fake meat fad sizzled out.
Sales of plant-based meat alternatives are falling because they're unappetizing, too expensive and not marketed correctly.By the Editorial Board
With little help from Congress, Biden is doing his best on the border
The end of the Title 42 expulsion regime could attract more migrants to an already disorderly southern border, and federal lawmakers are not helping.By the Editorial Board
Saudi Arabia’s new mega-city may be built on a foundation of tyranny
As bulldozers crank up to build his $500 billion project, MBS appears to be using executions and arrests to clear protesters from their path.By the Editorial Board
The E. Jean Carroll suit brought an astonishing moment of accountability
Trump received a fair trial. A mixed decision after three hours of deliberations underscores that jurors weren’t out to get him.By the Editorial Board
What is the future of the war in Ukraine? NATO’s leader offers insight.
We sat down with the head of the transatlantic alliance to talk Ukraine, Russia, China and the pact's future.By the Editorial Board
Ukraine’s offensive is coming. Keep your expectations in check.
The country has repelled Russia's full-scale invasion. But recovering more territory might be harder — and require additional Western help.By the Editorial Board
Biden no longer does press conferences. That’s not acceptable.
He should be eager to show he can handle all aspects of the job.By the Editorial Board
Attacking art isn’t climate ‘protest.’ It’s vandalism.
The National Gallery of Art sees one of the most grating and counterproductive forms of environmental activism.By the Editorial Board
Beijing is destroying the last vestiges of democracy in Hong Kong
China's Communist authorities do not want to see what happens when people get to vote.By the Editorial Board
When should investigations into political candidates become public?
A case in D.C. shows cities and states need safeguards on when to reveal investigative information.By the Editorial Board
Here’s who The Post endorses for commonwealth attorney in Northern Virginia
Our endorsements are a close call in all three races, but we’re supporting the candidates we believe will act most effectively.By the Editorial Board
This is the solution to the covid learning loss crisis
The nation's students have fallen behind. There is a way to catch them up.By the Editorial Board
Want fiscal responsibility? Stop paying wealthy farmers.
Every five years Congress doles out billions of dollars to farmers who don't need it. The 2023 farm bill gives lawmakers a chance to change that.By the Editorial Board
A shadow of growing despotism lurks over Turkey’s elections
Turkey's elections on May 14 are a referendum on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's increasingly despotic rule, which has already lasted for two decades.By the Editorial Board