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Italy’s Surging Populists Run Into a Political Muddle. But for How Long?

Italy’s Surging Populists Run Into a Political Muddle. But for How Long?

Matteo Renzi, who resigned as leader of the Democractic Party after its worst showing ever, leaving a news conference in Rome on Monday.
Italy’s Surging Populists Run Into a Political Muddle. But for How Long?

Italy’s Surging Populists Run Into a Political Muddle. But for How Long?

Matteo Renzi, who resigned as leader of the Democractic Party after its worst showing ever, leaving a news conference in Rome on Monday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Want to Understand What Is Wrong With Europe? Look at Italy

Op-Ed Contributor: Want to Understand What Is Wrong With Europe? Look at Italy

Luigi Di Maio, of the Five Star Movement, celebrating victory with his supporters in Pomigliano D’Arco, Italy, on Tuesday.
Opinion: The Missing Obama Millions

Opinion: The Missing Obama Millions

An Obama campaign event in Hollywood in 2012.
White Evangelical Women, Core Supporters of Trump, Begin Tiptoeing Away

White Evangelical Women, Core Supporters of Trump, Begin Tiptoeing Away

Carol Rains, left, an evangelical Christian in Texas, doesn’t regret her vote for President Trump but would like to see another Republican run against him in 2020. Her friend Linda Leonhart agrees: “I
White Evangelical Women, Core Supporters of Trump, Begin Tiptoeing Away

White Evangelical Women, Core Supporters of Trump, Begin Tiptoeing Away

Carol Rains, left, an evangelical Christian in Texas, doesn’t regret her vote for President Trump but would like to see another Republican run against him in 2020. Her friend Linda Leonhart agrees: “I
Op-Ed Columnist: Voters May Be Wising Up

Op-Ed Columnist: Voters May Be Wising Up

A voter’s politics were on display in Waynesburg, Pa.
Opinion: Grab a Pillow: Weekend Reads From Opinion

Opinion: Grab a Pillow: Weekend Reads From Opinion

The young Parker photographed at the National Portrait Gallery, by Ben Hines, went viral and led to a dance party with Mrs. Obama.

Russia’s Election: More Charade Than Race

President Vladimir Putin’s real challenge in Sunday’s presidential election is not winning the race, but getting enough turnout to show the world his victory is legitimate.
For as Little as $3 a Vote, Egyptians Trudge to Election Stations

For as Little as $3 a Vote, Egyptians Trudge to Election Stations

A polling station in Cairo festooned with posters of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who faces no serious opposition in this week’s election.
For as Little as $3 a Vote, Egyptians Trudge to Election Stations

For as Little as $3 a Vote, Egyptians Trudge to Election Stations

A polling station in Cairo festooned with posters of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who faces no serious opposition in this week’s election.
Egypt’s Early Vote Tally: Sisi, 92%, Token Opponent, 3%

Egypt’s Early Vote Tally: Sisi, 92%, Token Opponent, 3%

Election workers counting ballots in Cairo on Wednesday. Early results showed President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi heading for a landslide victory after he sidelined his main rivals.
After Gun Control Marches, ‘It’ll Go Away’ vs. ‘We Are Not Cynical Yet’

After Gun Control Marches, ‘It’ll Go Away’ vs. ‘We Are Not Cynical Yet’

Garland Ashby, 77 and the owner of 75 guns, in Berryville, Va. “It’ll go away,” he said of the gun control protests after the Parkland massacre. But Rosie Banks, 17, of Sterling, Va., said the
After Gun Control Marches, ‘It’ll Go Away’ vs. ‘We Are Not Cynical Yet’

After Gun Control Marches, ‘It’ll Go Away’ vs. ‘We Are Not Cynical Yet’

Garland Ashby, 77 and the owner of 75 guns, in Berryville, Va. “It’ll go away,” he said of the gun control protests after the Parkland massacre. But Rosie Banks, 17, of Sterling, Va., said the
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Contract With Authoritarianism

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Contract With Authoritarianism

Protesters both for and against President Trump in Washington.