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Foreign Policy's critics are wrong. Mohammed bin Salman is a top global thinker

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    • Cuba Venezuela
      Recognizing its integral role in sustaining Nicolas Maduro's despotic regime, the U.S. should sanction the Cuban government.
    • Stewart Williams works with a crew removing border-related construction to replace it with a new border wall on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, as seen from Tijuana, Mexico.
      Many images come to mind when I hear the words “the wall.” There is the Great Wall of China. The Berlin Wall. Israel’s Wailing Wall in Jerusalem. The massive wall defended by the Night’s Watch on “Game of Thrones.” And, of course, the Pink Floyd album of the same name from my childhood days blaring, “We don’t need no thought control.”
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    • Frank Robinson
      Baseball, and America, lost a true hero Thursday when Hall of Famer Frank Robinson died of bone cancer at age 83.
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      On Thursday, Facebook announced that over the next few months, it would make its mentorship feature available for all groups. The idea is to encourage people to use the platform for what has typically been an offline activity: seeking help and advice from those with more experience.
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      Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee wants to create a state-run health insurance plan to compete against private coverage on the Evergreen State's Obamacare exchange. This plan, known as a "public option," is a terrible idea. It'd be a boondoggle for taxpayers and open the door to a future single-payer system.
    • Susan Collins
      Virginia Democrats are now discovering the very important difference between a political rallying cry and a fair standard of institutional punishment.
    • Milwaukee Bucks v New York Knicks
      Start spreading the news. The unicorn is leaving New York.
    • Letter from the editor
      A couple of years ago, commentary editor Timothy P. Carney and I realized we needed a new approach to writing editorials about the Bill of Rights. Once upon a time, it had been possible to condemn policy or political rhetoric by pointing out how they traduced America's founding values. Today, however, this is no longer sufficient; the Left and an increasing number of college-indoctrinated young adults resist persuasion. If you mention, as though making a killer point, that a sacrosanct right is being breached, their likely response is "So what?"
    • Ivanka Trump Art Exhibit
      At Washington's Flashpoint Gallery, Ivanka Trump is vacuuming crumbs.
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      One of the most dispiriting things about the age of outrage and thought leaders and brands-as-political-activists is just how predictable the culture is.
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      In the 15 years since Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard dorm room, the social media app has changed how people around the world interact with friends, run businesses, sell things, and keep track of their own memories.
    • PG & E Truck
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    • Nixon
      When Richard Nixon announced he was resigning the presidency in the wake of Watergate, it seemed that an earth-shaking decade of assassinations, uprisings, scandals, and cultural upheaval had come, at last, to its ignoble end. Gerald Ford came into office with a healthy 71 percent approval rating. A star athlete, World War II vet, and long-serving member of Congress, Ford’s ascent seemed to promise a steady hand after years of unrest.
    • Stacey Abrams
      "The Republican tax bill rigged the system against working people," Stacey Abrams said Tuesday night in her Democratic response to President Trump's State of the Union speech. "Rather than bringing back jobs, plants are closing, layoffs are looming, and wages struggle to keep pace with the actual cost of living."