Santorum, culture warrior
Rick Santorum shifts his focus for the GOP presidential nomination from culture issues to the working class.
Mr. Howell’s voting flip-flop
Virginia’s speaker favors restricting access to ballots — except when it involves his own primary campaign.
FIFA’s ugly corruption
The charges against FIFA officials offer a chance for the soccer organization to redeem itself.
The Insiders: Don’t install iron spikes on the White House fence
It’s hard to imagine that installing iron spikes on the White House fence is the best solution.
The fight for LGBT equality: ‘It’s not over’ no matter what Supreme Court does
Those against LGBT equality might have given up the battle against marriage equality, but they are not giving up the overall war.
Governors with problems at home
Governors who are also 2016 hopefuls must answer for their state decisions.
Afternoon links: Nebraska abolishes the death penalty
Plus: Study finds racial bias in Minneapolis arrests, Cleveland police union objects to consent decree, MacArthur gives grants for criminal justice reform
John Scalzi on his monster book deal, sci-fi fandom and diversity in fiction
John Scalzi’s new 13-book deal sets a precedent for other authors -- and he’s hoping to use it to try new things, including a move into young adult fiction.
Indefinitely postponing the American dream of homeownership
Recent data suggest that aspirations to join the ownership society remain strong, but such dreams are getting less accessible.
Thoughts on the ex-FIFA exec’s $6,000 cat apartment, in no particular order
I don’t know where to begin.
Rick Santorum is crusading for president again
Another Republican candidate who wants to destroy the wall between church and state
Can DCPS stem the middle-school exodus?
Why do District students leave public school after the elementary grades?