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More than half of U.S. deaths from fentanyl and other synthetic opioids over the past two decades happened since Beijing banned exports of the drug.
A new report makes it clear that warming poses a diversity of risks for human health.
You may not have noticed this, but since last month’s midterm elections…
Just because the U.S. and China have agreed to call a truce in their trade war doesn’t mean it’s over.
President Trump is eagerly trying to aid the prince, disputing the CIA’s conclusion.
Most people on the left tell you they love immigrants, but apparently not when it comes to a charming, sincere, caring woman whose accent gives her away.
Skipping background checks for the people hired to care for detained migrant kids? What could go wrong?
The agency failed to conduct sufficient background checks, including whether staff members have a history of child abuse or neglect.
Pardoning Manafort would be unambiguous grounds for impeachment. Take it off the table, Mr. President
This is an alarming escalation in his efforts to undermine Mueller’s probe and, more generally, the rule of law.
The invaders awoke in Tijuana slowly and fitfully Monday morning, amid coughs and soft murmurs and the voices of excitable children.
As the freshman members who will be part of the 116th Congress orient to Capitol Hill this month, there are things that have changed about the job, and things that have not.
Currently there are two basic ways to define poverty. To get a better measure of who needs help (and a better sense of how to provide it), society needs a third definition.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. deserves credit for pushing back — judiciously — against President Donald Trump’s latest attack on the federal judiciary.
Elected officials headed to Capitol Hill and statehouses can learn plenty from the students I recently was privileged to speak with on four college campuses.
The absurdity of Trump’s comment, not to mention his willful blindness to California’s trauma, drew immediate ridicule.
In my Malibu Park neighborhood, hundreds of homes were destroyed. Mine is one of the few left standing.
I decided that using Facebook might have been adding to my re-emerging feelings of depression.
Every year at this time I wonder why we, as American Indians, bother to celebrate Thanksgiving.