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Providence St. Joseph has the resources to assure proper staffing and fair pay for hospice workers.
A Native American Voting Rights Act would protect and promote their participation in government.
Understanding the role of love in engaging individuals and communities in conflict is crucial today.
An outbreak of measles in Clark County points to the danger of a long-discredited link to autism.
Democrats and the GOP can trade wall funding for shielding Dreamers, and prepare to override a veto.
My friend, John, grew up in an era when gay men had to deny who they were and deny themselves love.
One is a playbook to fight global warming. The other reminds us we’ve faced dire challenges before.
Trump and Democrats won’t budge from their positions. What they can do is deal on their interests.
House Democrats may feel they have a mandate to oust Trump, but that’s not their primary purpose.
Boomers’ criticisms sound remarkably similar to the complaints boomers heard from their elders.
To address recent concerns over partisanship, consider three reforms, including a two-chamber court.
We’ve seen Congress divided by party many times before. Here’s what gets done and what doesn’t:
Amid many inspid bowl games, the state’s colleges showed their programs as being ones on the rise.
The Utah senator, a fellow Republican, faults Trump for not rising to the mantle of the Oval Office.
A Canadian firm wants to mine metals at a potential cost to recreation and the health of streams.
The social network keeps showing us its core values; protecting user privacy isn’t one of those.
Recent studies show flavors are leading more teens to start vaping and use other tobacco products.
For those grieving the loss of a loved one, each holiday moves us another year away from them.
If the Jolly Old Elf can’t deliver good leaders, respect and humility, can we find it in ourselves?
Rather than scrambling to do more during the holidays, simplify with something less complicated.