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Milbank: GOP attacks on FBI meant to circle wagons for Trump

Criticism of Mueller and the FBI by Republicans ignores the GOP credentials of those they attack.

Parker: Contrasts in how parties dealt with Franken, Moore

The Democrats sacrificed their bad actor; the Republicans are fully backing theirs.

Petri: Questions to help clarify what is and isn’t a monument

If a bunch of white dudes are standing around it with torches, then it’s a cherished monument.

Robinson: Trump’s mutation of the Party of Lincoln is complete

If Roy Moore’s alleged grooming of teenagers can be ignored, then so too can Mueller’s investigation.

Schwab: Trump not only one dissatisfied with his ‘intelligence’

One hopes actual conservatives are as horrified as those of us who recognize the impending danger.

Gerson: The Roy Moore Test has exposed corruption among GOP

The RNC’s backing of Moore reveals a party with no judgment, no standards and a cloudy future.

Ignatius: Global economy’s rise a matter of good policy, luck

Global markets rolled forward, as if oblivious to the man in the White House with a sledgehammer.

Milbank: Doesn’t Trump ever get tired of losing so often?

From here to Jerusalem, Trump’s failed policies have set back prospects for peace, jobs and more.

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Try to enjoy the gift of a debt-free Christmas

There’s too much emphasis on the presents rather than your presence.

Harrop: Businesses are paying attention to Alabama election

If Roy Moore wins the Senate seat, Amazon won’t put its HQ2 there. Others will follow suit.

Milbank: Bake me a cake as equitably as you can

If you can’t refuse a service to racial or other minorities, you can’t refuse it for gays or lesbians.

Saunders: Different conclusions drawn from Mueller’s latest

The Russia story has two schools of interpretation; only time will tell which one is correct.

Will: Despite doubts, GOP’s tax plan is worth the risk

Republicans do not know — nobody does — but they might be right, and their wager is worth trying.

Ignatius: Can the U.S. stop North Korea’s nuclear ambitions?

The bigger question is whether diplomacy can avoid the cataclysm of a military option.

Milbank: Team Trump’s eroding explanations for Russia contacts

The talking points are revised so often it amounts to a Marshall Plan for moving goal posts.

Financial vulnerability keeps many women quiet

My paycheck helped take care of a disabled brother. It paid for things my grandmother needed.

Harrop: In Meghan Markle’s ‘Suits,’ only the men wear them

The women in the legal series are smart and tough, but their dress undermines that portrayal.

Robinson: What is Trump so desperately trying to dismiss?

If there was no collusion or obstruction why go to such lengths to deny and obscure it?

Saunders: Is there purpose behind President Trump’s chaos?

Or does his anger simply build until he lashes out, even if doing so sabotages his policy agenda.