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Back in August, after back-to-back mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, Florida Senate President Bill Galvano announced a project by senators to better understand the causes of such incidents. One factor Galvano wanted to study was white nationalism, to which Galvano attributed not just mass sh…

Perhaps you noticed that on Wednesday’s front page, we were able to fit the field of Democrats seeking their party’s nomination for president at the top of the page in such a way that you could distinguish who is who before turning to the page where the story of their debate ran.

Virtually everyone in the northernmost Bahamian islands ravaged by Hurricane Dorian has been displaced. Their homes have been leveled, their businesses wiped out, their roads and other basic infrastructure destroyed.

A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contains the alarming news that maternal deaths associated with pregnancy, childbirth and its aftermath up to one year later have been rising over the past decade in the United States. They are now among the highest in the d…

Every day, we encounter common items that most of us just take for granted — literally. We buy something at the dollar store, the clerk puts it in a plastic bag. We stop for a cold drink on a hot day and reflexively grab a drinking straw.

Jamal Khashoggi never intended to be a dissident. For many years, he wrote for and edited newspapers in Saudi Arabia, and he served as an aide in Saudi embassies in Washington and London. What prompted him to leave the kingdom, and to begin writing columns for The Post, was the sharp increas…