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A world that favors horse dewormer over an FDA-approved vaccine has abandoned all reason.
The thirst for information after the attack and early social networks encouraged wild, unchallenged theories.
Observing evangelical Christians’ responses to covid has been dismaying at the very least. And leadership has been present, but silent as the messages antithetical to… Continue reading
More than 2 million Americans live with limb loss or limb difference, but two-thirds won’t receive a prosthetic device. That’s why I’m urging U.S. Sens.… Continue reading
We know you’re frustrated with mandates and advice, but consider our frustrations and, yes, our anger.
While some new laws sound reasonable, too often they prevent police from protecting communities.
Vaccination is the best way to help county hospitals dealing with a surge in covid patients.
Hundreds of thousands could find well-paying jobs in green industries that can aid the environment.
Teaching students to ‘Never Forget’ means better explaining the truths that were often overlooked.
As a counsler, I talked with victims at the Pentagon, but I also talked with a fellow counselor.
Julie Muhlstein retired this week after 40 years at the Herald. If you live in Snohomish County and read The Herald, you know who Julie… Continue reading
Three Bloomberg employees attended to their jobs that day, much as they had in their young lives.
The terrorist attack gave America a renewed sense of purpose but one that was led by vague objectives and false assumptions.
A Turkish immigrant, who volunteered at Ground Zero, found appreciation for her new home by serving.
Research in Bangladesh confirmed masks cut the spread of covid and hit on ways to promote their use.
Companies need workers and are willing to pay better to get them, but that dynamic may not last.