Editorials

Holocaust history

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It is now more than seven decades since the end of the Holocaust. The number of precious survivors continues to diminish, even as we...

Next, the Palestinians

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The historic Abraham Accords, signed at the White House last week, established normalized relations between Israel and two Arab monarchies, United Arab Emirates and...

A nation adrift

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How much government support is required in order to address the extraordinary needs of Americans more than a half-year into the coronavirus pandemic? No...

What will 5781 bring?

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The Hebrew month of Elul, which precedes the beginning of the Jewish new year, has always been a time of reflection and introspection. Particularly...

The looming eviction crisis

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Among the many issues we are confronting during the coronavirus pandemic, public policy regarding housing affordability and stability ranks near the top. Affordable housing...

Cybercrime hits DC Federation

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We are all familiar with the term “cybercrime,” even if we aren’t fully knowledgeable about all of its ramifications. We regularly read about hackers...

Natural and unnatural disasters

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Nature has been throwing a mix of disasters at us. In Colorado, wildfires have obscured the Rockies and closed the highway connecting the state with...

Clashing realities

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The recent Democratic and Republican conventions told two very different stories. They reflected a political divide in our country that goes well beyond policy...

The Post Office Challenge

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When President Donald Trump raised concern about mail-in voting for the upcoming November elections and suggested that the U.S. Postal Service could be an...

QAnon — Connecting Nonexistent Dots

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Conspiracy theories are hard to kill. They exist almost entirely in the mind of the believer. State a fact to disprove the theory and,...