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Who Killed The Weekly Standard?

By DAVID BROOKS

The bureaucratic mind has a temporary triumph.

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Political Memo: Bush and McCain Were Linked by a Fading Concept: Duty and Honor

By JONATHAN MARTIN

These two pragmatic Republicans, both Navy veterans, came of age when leaders acknowledged that there were far greater threats in the world than the opposing party.

In Courting New Liberals, Pelosi Runs a Risk: A Freedom Caucus of the Left

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and ASTEAD W. HERNDON

A brash crew of newly elected liberals have become Nancy Pelosi’s shock troops in her battle to be speaker. But with her in their debt, the would-be speaker is emboldening them.

The Suburbs Are Changing. But Not in All the Ways Liberals Hope.

By EMILY BADGER, QUOCTRUNG BUI and JOSH KATZ

Though Democrats dominated the suburbs in the midterms, some of those gains may be fragile.

Conservative Heritage Foundation Revives Training Academy for Judicial Clerks

By ADAM LIPTAK

An earlier version of the program was canceled after critics raised questions about secrecy pledges and loyalty oaths.

What to Root for in the Pelosi Saga

By DAVID LEONHARDT

That she wins re-election as speaker and makes concessions along the way.

Gray Matter: The Psychology of Political Polarization

By DANIEL YUDKIN

Our country is divided, but science suggests the rift is less severe than it seems.

A School Strike That Never Quite Ended

By RICHARD D. KAHLENBERG

The struggle over who should teach in the Ocean Hill-Brownsville district of Brooklyn 50 years ago changed the trajectory of modern liberalism.

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