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A look at available data provides insight into mass shootings and what can work to limit carnage.
Private forestland owners have been steadily fixing fish-blocking culverts, showing it can be done.
Left and right are locked in debate, but the middle can use its uncertainly to find ideas that work.
Officer training is a core responsibility of state government.
Anti-union groups’ short-sighted activism raises questions of fairness.
The aim isn’t to cut VA funding, but ensuring every veteran gets the care they deserve.
Nobody calls the house phone except telemarketers, but giving it up stirs uneasy feelings.
Girls can benefit from Scouting’s lessons. Boys can benefit for girls’ civilizing influence.
Better regulation of PBMs — a pharmacy middleman — could lower drug prices for many patients.
In his dying days, the senator provides an example of how we might plan for end-of-life care.
Last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision provides opportunities — and a lot of questions — for states.
Under a state law, teachers are helping kids learn how to safely and wisely navigate the web.
In seeking to loosen standards on vehicle mileage, the EPA is ignoring the environmental impacts.
Younger vets and those in active duty need the mentoring and sympathetic ear of older vets.
Beyond improving funding for schools, we need to provide a stronger bridge to higher education.
In striving to be a perfect parent, moms pressure themselves and allow doubt to take control.
We’ve embraced recycling but we need to do more to remove waste from what we toss in the bins.
Trump acted with no plan to replace the deal, allowing Iran’s hardliners to resume its nuclear path.
The lawsuit brought by California, Washington state and others is crucial to fight climate change.
There are new diagnostic tools that can direct quality mental health care, but access must improve.