Alyssa Rosenberg

Washington Post

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Alyssa Rosenberg is a staff writer for the Washington Post. She writes on pop culture and politics for the Opinion section.

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Mike Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI about Russia investigation.

Flynn is in

Mike Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI about Russia investigation.

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After condemning Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan on Monday, President Trump spoke again yesterday of this weekend’s violence at the University of Virginia.

The 'bully pulpit' in a divided nation

After condemning Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan on Monday, President Trump spoke again yesterday of this weekend’s violence at the University of Virginia.

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From the Andy Griffith Show to the Wire, Hollywood has had an enduring fascination with police. And vice-versa.

How Hollywood has shaped our attitudes toward police

From the Andy Griffith Show to the Wire, Hollywood has had an enduring fascination with police. And vice-versa.

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Josh Barro, Liz Bruenig and Tim Carney talk about President Biden’s final framework he delivered to Congress — will Democrats go for it?

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