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Most Americans who are helped by food stamps are either already working or are simply unable to.
Steps that are working elsewhere can limit conflict between people and bears as their numbers grow.
If BP is allowed to expand and refine more tar-sands oil, expect more haze in the park and region.
The Trump administration has weakened protections for migratory birds, many at risk for extinction.
The training Starbucks employees will get is a good start, but the country needs education, too.
Lawmakers were “too cute by half” in how they handled I-940, regarding policies on police shootings.
Child sexual abuse can be prevented if adults learn how to protect the kids in their daily lives.
Facebook knows how to gratify us and play on our need for social connections and even our guilt.
The military force is shared by state and federal governments. And there are rules for each.
The use of census data raises concerns over plans to ask about citizenship in the 2020 census.
Financial tech firms can help banks identify creditworthy borrowers who need affordable loans.
On the 50th anniversary of his death, we should honor MLK by pursuing his anti-poverty efforts.
The County Council should reject two proposals that could negatively affect quality of life.
Fifty years ago, a report on race and society was released and the civil rights leader was slain.
With Democrats in control this session, more than 300 bills passed, most with bipartisan support.
Facebook quizzes may seem innocent, but some profile you in an attempt to influence your decisions.
Abuse and addiction must be addressed, but the opioid crackdown has left some patients to suffer.
Dissent strengthens democracy and it’s necessary to a good education in civics and government.
The NCAA makes its money not from football but basketball and off the labor of ‘student-athletes.’
The library system, which last went to voters in 2009, seeks a 9-cent increase in its levy rate.