The Washington Post : opinions
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This rage isn t just for George Floyd. It s for every victim of the police like him.  09h41 29 mai
Editorial Board
His death is a culmination; sadly, there is no sign it is a turning point.
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What the Minneapolis cop, Amy Cooper and President Trump have in common  06h55 29 mai
By Colbert King
Different cases, each showing a disregard for morality.
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This former intelligence official was a hero. He s now the target of a brutal campaign by MBS.  11h19 28 mai
By David Ignatius
Two of Saad Aljabris children are being held in Saudi Arabia, effectively hostages in an attempt to lure the one-time security official back to Riyadh.
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100,000 deaths later, there are no more excuses. We know what we need to do.  12h03 29 mai
By Leana Wen
At the beginning of the outbreak, we could say that the virus was new and that we just didn t know how best to respond. One hundred thousand deaths later, there are no more excuses.
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A Corona Corps could fight the virus and youth unemployment  13h15 29 mai
By Scott Galloway
This crisis calls for 180,000 disease intervention specialists. Enter the Corona Corps.
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The case for reopening schools this fall  16h18 29 mai
By Daniel T. Halperin
Emerging evidence suggests children are not significant transmitters of covid-19.
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George Floyd s death is sickeningly familiar  08h08 30 mai
By Donna Edwards
There seems to be nothing that black sons and daughters can do differently to remain alive.
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Trump can t contain his excitement about protesters being really badly hurt   05h12 30 mai
By Karen Tumulty
What a president should be doing at this moment is trying to calm the country and bring it together, not fantasizing about how glorious it would be to witness bloodshed just outside his doorstep.
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Trump said not a word to soothe a smoldering country. It s time for Biden to step up.  11h39 29 mai
By Karen Tumulty
The president s tweets give us everything he had to say about the death of George Floyd.
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We are tipping into chaos  10h44 29 mai
By Kathleen Parker
Given the GOP s loss of direction and the Democratic Party s frailty, a resurgence of normalcy seems remote
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The death of George Floyd reveals a sick brotherhood of the badge  10h08 29 mai
By David Von Drehle
We ask a lot of our law enforcement officials. We have every right to.
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Americans have Heartache Tonight, but Mitch McConnell has a Peaceful Easy Feeling  09h22 29 mai
By Dana Milbank
If the virus moved as slowly as McConnell, the pandemic would be over.
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This is the presidency George Wallace never had  08h14 29 mai
By Max Boot
The president is pouring gasoline on the flames of racial division, and Republicans are holding the jerrycan for him.
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Twitter s double standard has become painfully clear  08h06 29 mai
By Henry Olsen
Twitter s decision to block direct access to a presidential tweet is unconscionable and justifies every conservative s fears about content-driven censorship.
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What the Minneapolis cop, Amy Cooper and President Trump have in common  06h55 29 mai
By Colbert King
Different cases, each showing a disregard for morality.