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Gun background checks aren’t done properly
China, Russia must quit interfering in Venezuela
“The same newborn intensive care unit saved my baby girl. She only weighed 2 pounds at birth.”
Help committing suicide wouldn’t increase freedom
Grateful for church use as haven for homeless
Robert “Beto” O’Rourke’s biggest fans and supporters insist he is a forward-thinking, future-oriented visionary, but no contender for the Democratic nomination feels more familiar than the former three-term congressman from El Paso.
Colorado’s new law that awards the state’s electoral votes to the candidate who gets the most votes nationwide, rather than in the state, is really a signal that the state’s legislature believes that on Election Day we count the wrong things.
Last summer, the World Health Organization recognized internet gaming as a diagnosable addiction. This was an important step in aligning practice with research, but we need to go further. Psychologists and other mental-health professionals must begin to acknowledge that technology use has th…
One presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders’ tentpole ideas is the promise of a free college education for all Americans. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, also running in 2020, supports the idea as well. To a millennial generation drowning in student debt, whose job prospects were curtailed until r…
Anyone who has ever been jilted can relate to the words of wisdom employed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Both of our political parties are dominated by people who believe that the American people are fundamentally on their side. When they face political setbacks, then, there must be some nefarious explanation for the thwarting of the people’s will.
This month, the Federal Drug Administration approved Janssen’s new drug Spravato, or esketamine in nasal spray form, for “treatment-resistant” depression. A Washington Post headline declared it the “biggest advance for depression in years.”