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Reconozco que el lunes por la tarde, contemplando agobiado las imágenes en directo del inicio del fuego de Notre Dame y la aparente parsimonia de los bomberos parisinos (que no era tal), me vino a la cabeza la misma idea que a Donald Trump: ¿A qué carajo esperan estos franceses para enviar ahí...

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Del incendio que el pasado lunes se llevó por delante la cubierta de la catedral de Notre Dame queda para la memoria la secuencia del desplome de la aguja neogótica que la coronaba, cuya retransmisión en directo contribuyó a multiplicar la adherencia emocional de una imagen convertida ya en...

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La Junta Electoral Central decidió vetar ayer el debate a cinco que el grupo Atresmedia había anunciado para el próximo martes con los cabeza de lista del PSOE, PP, Podemos, Cs y Vox, el único que, hasta la fecha, contaba con la presencia del presidente del Gobierno, Pedro Sánchez. Su rechazo...

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La velocidad con que las llamas destruyeron el pasado lunes la catedral de Notre Dame pone de manifiesto la extrema fragilidad de un patrimonio cultural cuya conservación representa una obligación para todos. En manos del Estado francés, encargado de su mantenimiento, el templo parisino fue...

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El amor es el motor de la Historia. Aunque a veces la Historia se explica a través del desamor. Por amor se ha hecho todo lo bueno que en este mundo ha sido. Fue el desamor quien ha propiciado que el mal acampe en nuestra tierra. El hombre se mueve a impulsos de su corazón de carne, bondadoso o a...

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The centuries made Notre-Dame everyone’s. Never has French civilization felt more important.

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El rostro de los humanos modernos es completamente diferente al de nuestros antepasados, y los científicos se preguntan por qué. Ahora, un equipo internacional...

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Now is the time, because the problems are real and they aren't going away. Just ask your fellow Minnesotans.

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Three more suicides on VA property should spur improvements in system and beyond.

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The church's endurance has always depended on integrating ideas seemingly at odds. Can we Catholics today, from among our factions, carry that forward?

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Opinion: Fighting in the NHL is brutish and outdated, and needs to be banned

Carolina Hurricanes will be left shorthanded in Game 4 of playoffs after rookie Andrei Svechnikov suffers concussion in fight with Alex Ovechkin.         

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Doug Ford may be a lousy leader, but his plans to liberalize Ontario’s alcohol laws demonstrate that even lousy leaders can sometimes make sensible decisions, Emma Teitel writes.

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Mourning Notre Dame: Today's Toon

Want to keep up with USA TODAY's editorial cartoons? Bookmark this page. We'll update it frequently.         

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Todd Reirden and his best-laid plans hit in the mouth

In happier times, when his Washington Capitals team was leading this Stanley Cup Playoffs first-round series 2-0 over the Carolina Hurricanes, Capitals coach Todd Reirden talked about how much fun it is coaching in the NHL postseason. Specifically, he was asked how much enjoyment he gets out of the...

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‘Dreamers’ over heroes — as Albany did — reflects the new norm

Is there a classier lady anywhere than Shannon Slutman, widow of FDNY firefighter Christopher Slutman — killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan while serving as a US Marine Corps reservist? No, there is not. Meanwhile, is there a bigger dope than Assemblywoman Deborah Glick, the pandering jerk...

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The US must bring imprisoned American pastor David Lin home from China

As Washington negotiates with Beijing to end the tariff standoff, the United States must also demand the Chinese government stop its sinicization of religion, a program designed to make all religious groups extinct. 

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Democrats appear to see nothing wrong with Ilhan Omar diminishing one of America's great tragedies

If a politician of Japanese extraction were addressing a "largely Japanese-American audience" and characterized the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor as "some people did something," would you think that those words diminished the loss of life and of property suffered by our country 78 years ago...

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