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Households headed by disabled grandparents aren’t the only ones that stand to be hurt by work requirements. Lots of parents and other caretakers churn in and out of employment, often due to circumstances beyond their control, @crampell  writes:

"For the sake of our country, we need more zebras such as them to break free from Trump’s exotic barnyard," Dana@Milbank  writes

The saga of the escaped Maryland zebras shows that animals should not be turned into collectibles, @ktumulty  writes

Don’t rant about short-staffed stores and supply chain woes. Try to lower expectations, @MickiMaynard  writes:

Stephen Bannon’s nose-thumbing at the House select committee is predictable, infuriating and dangerous, @RuthMarcus  writes

Corporate chieftains and elected officials need to drive home the point: Saying no has a price, @JamesHohmann  writes

Washington and Moscow are cooperating on cybersecurity and Iran, but "Havana syndrome" is a looming problem, @IgnatiusPost  writes

CNN is wrong to double down on its smug reports that vaccine-skeptic podcaster Joe Rogan treated his coronavirus with "horse dewormer," David Von Drehle writes. "He did not, as nearly as I can determine."

"Dogs have served human beings in various capacities for millennia, but they’ve also trained us to serve them," @kathleenparker  writes. "In this way, they’ve deepened our humanity by expanding our capacity for empathy."


"Impeachment exposed Trump’s corruption, but the confluence of a pandemic, a financial crisis and the stoking of societal divisions has roused the soul of the American people," @AVindman  writes in an op-ed.

We’ve never backed a Democrat for president. But Trump must be defeated. An op-ed from @ProjectLincoln’s@gtconway3d , @reedgalen , @SteveSchmidtSES , @JWGOP  and @TheRickWilson :

"I’m a single-issue voter," @MaxBoot  writes. "My issue is the fate of democracy in the United States. Simply put, I have no faith that we will remain a democracy if Republicans win power."

#EndSars shows that Muhammadu Buhari is the biggest threat to Nigeria’s democracy, @KarenAttiah  writes

Republicans are actively defending a man who stained the history of the presidency with a meeting at which martial law was on the agenda, @MJGerson  writes