Opinion | Convicted in Hong Kong

A Hong Kong court Thursday convicted Jimmy Lai, Martin Lee and five others of organizing or taking part in a

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Opinion | Brushback for Capitol Riot Prosecutors

The Justice Department wants to make a firm statement about the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, which was a national disgrace.

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Opinion | Pelosi’s Capitol Riot Commission

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi speaks during her weekly press conference at the U.S. Capitol, Feb. 18. Photo: kevin

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Opinion | Trump Lost to Himself

Donald Trump launched a personal attack on Mitch McConnell this week after the Senate GOP leader called the former President

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Opinion | The Trump Impeachment Evidence

Whether a former President ought to be subject to an impeachment trial is a matter of constitutional debate. Whether it’s

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Opinion | Is Nancy Pelosi a Mad Genius?

We read, correctly, that the country is being torn apart by hyperpartisan politics, by the invasion of the Capitol last

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Opinion | The Promise and Peril of Facial Recognition

Federal, state and local law-enforcement agencies are using facial-recognition technology to identify the members of the mob that assaulted the

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Opinion | The FBI’s Violence Warning

The storming of the U.S. Capitol last week has left millions of Americans wondering about the health of their democracy.

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Opinion | A Hong Kong Dissident’s Daring Escape

‘We say the Chinese Communist Party got cheated by two Danish boys,” says Thomas Rohden, 25. Last month, he and

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Opinion | Save the Constitution From Big Tech

Facebook and Twitter banned President Trump and numerous supporters after last week’s disgraceful Capitol riot, and Google, Apple and Amazon

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