DeSantis’ decision to begin his campaign on Twitter talking about crypto is a sign of weakness in three ways.
On this year’s Memorial Day, let’s double down on hiring veterans | GUEST COMMENTARY
Companies must evolve their hiring practices to attract hidden workers, including veterans.
David Brooks: Manhattan evangelist Tim Keller taught me about joy | GUEST COMMENTARY
Keller, who died May 19, was one of the most important theologians and greatest preachers of our time.
Archdiocese of Baltimore response to sexual abuse revelations ‘re-traumatizes’ survivors | GUEST COMMENTARY
We now have not only abusers, and protectors of abusers, but protectors of protectors of abusers, in a repeated cycle of guilt.
Charles M. Blow: Vivek Ramaswamy is the latest in a line of politically problematic tech bros | GUEST COMMENTARY
Success in the tech sector has lent these guys an undeserved gravitas and a gloss as unconventional businessmen.
Michelle Goldberg: This PTA mom is suing her school district for banning books | GUEST COMMENTARY
Durtschi is part of a groundbreaking lawsuit against the Escambia County School District for sweeping school library censorship.
Peter Jensen: Confessions of a ‘Flounder’ on the 45th anniversary of ‘Animal House’ | COMMENTARY
It's been 45 years since "National Lampoon's Animal House" was released in theaters and convinced me to pledge Delta House.
An ode to scum | GUEST COMMENTARY
“The scum has come. My cocoa’s cold.” Those are the opening lines of a poem called “Lament, for Cocoa” by John Updike.
The border comes to Baltimore | GUEST COMMENTARY
Asylum-seeking families headed to Baltimore are about to serve as test subjects for new Biden border policies.
Bret Stephens: At 75, Israel has plenty to celebrate | GUEST COMMENTARY
If the success of a society can be measured by the speed at which the miraculous becomes the mundane, Israel is doing fine.
What I should have said in my father’s eulogy | GUEST COMMENTARY
I wish I shared the most emotional memories of our time together: the elation, the grief, the anger.
Heating up the hot flash market with unnecessary, and potentially harmful, drugs | GUEST COMMENTARY
It appears that Astellas is exaggerating the prevalence and severity of hot flashes to claim a piece of an expanding market.
Charles M. Blow: The panic over Biden’s age is manufactured | GUEST COMMENTARY
The relationship between political campaigns, the news media and the public isn’t exactly an interplay between independent actors. It’s a web of influence.
AI: the latest advancement to get a bad rap before it really gets going | GUEST COMMENTARY
Artificial intelligence, like video games, the internet and probably the abacus before it, is caught up in doomsday prognosticating.
A survival guide for Pimlico and Maryland horse racing | GUEST COMMENTARY
Here are some policies and actions that the Pimlico organization can use to secure the future of Maryland thoroughbred racing.
Michelle Goldberg: The fury of #MeToo finally comes for Trump | GUEST COMMENTARY
With the $5 million verdict against Donald Trump for sexual abuse and defamation in the E. Jean Carroll trial, the #MeToo movement comes full circle.
John Merzbacher: the hideous legacy of a child rapist at a Baltimore Catholic school | GUEST COMMENTARY
We look back at the victim impact statement of Elizabeth Murphy, whose brave testimony led to Merzbacher's conviction. He died Friday.
Impact investing benefits Baltimore; we need more of it | GUEST COMMENTARY
Imagine how much more could be done if we expand the pool.
A new film sheds light on the history of Black players in the NBA, but doesn’t tell the whole story | GUEST COMMENTARY
"Sweetwater" recognizes former New York Knick Nat “Sweetwater” Clifton as the trailblazer he was for African American players, but leaves out some others.
We can thank these three women for Mother’s Day as we know it | GUEST COMMENTARY
The version we celebrate today was not the version intended by holiday's biggest proponent, however.
Charles M. Blow: Tucker Carlson and the lynch mob mentality | GUEST COMMENTARY
The sentiments expressed in one of Tucker Carlson’s text messages may offer a window into that kind of thinking.
‘I am tired’: a pediatric psychologist’s plaintive plea to help her help Baltimore children | GUEST COMMENTARY
The past four years have been marked by a notable increase in the number of children referred to me with psychological distress.
Michelle Goldberg: Timothy McVeigh’s Dreams Are Coming True | GUEST COMMENTARY
People who share many of McVeigh’s views are waging a low-level insurgency against the rest of us.
Michelle Deal-Zimmerman: It’s past time to elect a Black senator from Maryland. How about Michelle Obama? | COMMENTARY
Maryland deserves a dynamic, change agent who turns the page on our history of all-white representation in the U.S. Senate.
Baltimore Archbishop William Lori is not the leader the Catholic Church needs. He must go. | GUEST COMMENTARY
The Vatican is not going to do anything, and so the people of the Archdiocese of Baltimore must demand that Lori resign.
Bret Stephens: The curious conservative case against defending Ukraine | GUEST COMMENTARY
The most vocal opposition comes from the hard right, which now sounds like the hard left it used to oppose.
A federal grant could help diversify Maryland’s hyper-segregated schools. Will districts apply? | GUEST COMMENTARY
Maryland is third worst in the nation in terms of the percentage of Black students who attend hyper-segregated, non-white schools.
A Loyola journalism professor looks back on his legacy and the students who made it big | GUEST COMMENTARY
Usually when a person finds out that I taught journalism, they inevitably ask, “Have any of your students become famous?”
Unlocking Maryland’s economic potential | GUEST COMMENTARY
The state consistently ranks as among the least economically competitive in the nation when it comes to taxation.
David Brooks: What our toxic culture does to the young, a study of Gen Z | GUEST COMMENTARY
This culture of exaggerated distrust and presumed toxicity has made them hypervigilant to danger and averse to risk.
It’s true that ‘women deserve better’; they deserve abortion rights | GUEST COMMENTARY
The 'pro-life' advocate and I were at the Md. reproductive rights hearing for the same reason, even if we wanted different outcomes.