Ignatius: Pompeo sees success as disruptor’s chief diplomat

If Pompeo hasn’t ‘brought swagger back’ to State, he has at least made quiet dimplomacy effective.

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Editorial: Ban sale of high-capacity firearm magazines

It wasn’t included in legislative proposals by a state work group, but lawmakers should discuss it.

Thiessen: Trump mishandles Saudi atrocity, as Bush did China

George H.W. Bush placated China after Tiananmen. Trump is doing the same for Mohammed bin Salman.

Editorial: Navy should return to talks on Growlers’ impacts

The effects of a four-fold increase in flights at a Coupeville field warrant an agreement.

Editorial: Change school bond passage to simple majority

Requiring 60 percent approval to pass bonds shortchanges students and isn’t fiscally responsible.

Editorial: Yes, voters passed I-940; now it should be changed

A collaboration improves the state law on police shootings and prepares the ground for future work.

Editorial: A duty to speak up when we hear hate speech

Recent incidents invoving students’ use of hate speech play against a rise in hate crimes in the U.S.

Ignatius: U.S., China discord could knock Taiwan off balance

Taiwan values the ‘status quo’ it has negotiated with China; the U.S. can help preserve that balance.

Milbank: A cover letter when applying for chief of staff

Grammarians need not apply for White House job. And don’t bother to spell-check your resume.

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