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The significant investments now considered by Congress are our best chance to limit climate change.
Like a good cup of coffee, I count on reading the paper each morning. And, part of reading the paper is the comics section. It… Continue reading
In seeking to reassure China during political turmoil here, Gen. Milley acted to protect democracy.
With a few exceptions, most unions favor the mandates, but they want to negotiate implementation.
Presidents have little to do with its ups and downs, but Democrats should still talk it up.
Out state isn’t immune to threats of violence from extremist groups. Work must begin to oppose them.
Julie Muhlstein’s history with the Everett Daily Herald establishes that she is a major credit to The Herald and our community. She has utilized her… Continue reading
After 18 months and amid the latest surge, front-line staff have confronted enormous risk and stress.
The state’s redistricting commission is drawing lines for legislative and congressional districts.
We need to think about the communities being created to serve e-commerce, and what they need to thrive.
Using migrants as scapegoats for covid’s spread echoes a practice that began in the 19th century.
For most Americans, receiving the covid-19 vaccination is a simple process. You walk into your local grocery store or health center and leave with your… Continue reading
We don’t wish to offend the families of those who died, but did it prolong our war in Afghanistan?