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With the recent boost in revenue, lawmakers shouldn’t seek to increase taxes so they can splurge.
Many are closing because the Medicaid reimbursements are less than the costs of residents’ care.
If more are to accept the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, we have to be candid about science.
One is to call out against hatred; the other is to embrace the acceptance that is its best cure.
U.S. airlines should reconsider their decisions to not ground the Boeing jets temporarily.
Permanent daylight saving time could save lives and energy and end the twice yearly loss of sleep.
The Danish word — roughly translated to mean, ‘stuff happens’ — is about accepting minor annoyances.
Concerns remain for some, but flights from PAE have a chance to prove they can be a good neighbor.
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol must answer for harassing reporters and others on the border.
Friday, the 125th anniversary of YWCA, we can envision a better state, nation and world for women.
Rent control has been shown to discourage the availability of housing stock, increasing rent costs.
Alzheimer’s exerts a toll on more than the patient. We owe it to families to do more to fight it.
3 reasons: We lack statisical skills, listen to our emotions, and pretend we know more than we do.
To pay electric vehicles’ share of road maintenance, levy a tax at roadside charging stations.
A look at past deals shows promised jobs are rarely delivered. And there’s a downside for businesses.
Co-prescribing the overdose treatment is an effective method of harm reduction that can save lives.
Partiasan gerrymandering has resulted in one-party rule in nearly all state houses. Can it change?
Get all 10 questions right and you can join the field of Democratic hopefuls for the 2020 election.
Congress can improve law enforcement coordination with tribes and set new rules for reporting crime.
Ending the personal exemption will mean greater safety for those who can’t receive the MMR vaccine.