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The “fake news” phrase — granted legitimacy by a U.S. president — provides cover to autocrats worldwide.
For King, love was not sentimental; it’s a key part of creating communities that work for everyone.
By addressing family and domestic violence we can help limit the likelihood of a mass shooting.
The industry only steps up when caught with its pants down, so spare us the lectures on morality.
It could mean a loss of tobacco tax revenue for the state, but that revenue comes at a cost.
We’ve gotten good at prolonging life, but such care can rob patients of a natural, comfortable death.
If we don’t hold development to our standards, we may lose the livability of our communities.
Trump says moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem recognizes reality. There’s one more move to make.
While talking a good game, President Trump has not provided funding necessary to combat the crisis.
Before setting those personal goals, maybe we should first decide what it is we want out of life.
A veteran who performs volunteer work in national parks asks Congress to fund maintenance work.
In taking two state cases, justices can set a standard that puts both parties on equal footing.
Merchants wishing customers “Happy Holidays” isn’t the attack on Christianity some claim.
Low-income families, particularly kids, are lacking dental care and the wellbeing it provides.
While the economy is doing well now, the recession showed us the need to be cautious with budgets.
Spending a little time in nature can counteract the negative effects of our overstimulated lives.
Pooling tips is fine when it shares tips among workers; but restaurant owners shouldn’t take a cut.
The NCAA president’s opinion that protections are “up to schools” ignores its duty to its players.
Waiting for lawmakers to pass another gas tax isn’t an option. We have to move forward now.
Doctors are working to better control prescriptions, but that won’t be enough to stem the epidemic.