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Elect a Congress dominated by Republicans, they said. It’ll be fun, they said.
This legislation is unlikely to meaningfully improve their access to treatment options, and may diminish the safety of their treatment and degrade their quality of life in their final days.
Only the most petty, hyperpartisan soul could wish for Trump to fail at the meeting currently scheduled for June 12 in Singapore.
By Dave Anderson The Baltimore Sun The majority of Americans are not…
By Dahleen Glanton Chicago Tribune Republicans are expected to vote this week…
By Carl P. Leubsdorf The Dallas Morning News Barack Obama left the…
By Albert R. Hunt Bloomberg News A CNN poll last week showed…
The decision to change the name of Scouting’s core program to Scouts BSA and welcome girls has produced a lot of angst among people I grew up with in Scouting.
A stunning message was sent: Being black is a stigma that even a college diploma cannot remove.
He’s using it to hire a professional signature-gathering firm to help get the measure in front of voters.
What if we gave her the ultimate maternal dream gift: an automated and super-safe child courier service in the form of driverless cars?
Recent events have offered up more substantive — and more disturbing — evidence of just how far behind we are in even addressing, much less curbing, gun violence.
By Jay Ambrose Tribune News Service My wife and I were docents…
Trump’s move is long on self-confidence but weak on strategy.
Back in the country of their birth, deportees face discrimination and exclusion anew.
The ideas he injected into the global conversation and the ideologies that bear his name far outlasted the German economist and philosopher.
By John M. Crisp Tribune News Service President Donald Trump has been…
By Eli Lake Bloomberg News One of the surreal features of the…
Do you know of a Hoquiam School District staff member who made…
By Connie Hassett-Walker Chicago Tribune It was an ordinary day in 2011…