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School shootings have become so ordinary that the press is always looking for a fresh hook. Last week, the media found a new lead for an old story . . . more
Once every 10 years, state legislatures across the country play a game known as reapportionment. After the federal census is completed, your elected state legislators will decide . . . more
It seems every politician under the sun is scrambling to deal with the out-of-control costs of higher education in the U.S. And with good cause. more
The woman who shuffled into the courtroom a month ago no longer bore even the faintest resemblance to her Facebook photo. It was the first time I had seen the 25-year-old who played a part in the killing of my cousin . . . more
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 29-year-old Democrat from the Bronx, is surely the most dangerous elected official now in office. You know she is because . . . more
Once upon a generation or so ago, there were people, mostly women, who specialized in guilt. Since I would feel too guilty singling out any age group or ethnicity, let me just say that some women were born to it. more
A guide to healthy weight loss this summer. more
I didn’t attend many funerals in my childhood. One that I recall was for the father of a close childhood friend. more
I saw a guy in town waiting under the portico of a medical practice that specializes in lung disease, and damn if he wasn’t puffing away on a cigarette. more
We’ve all heard the adage that the only things that are certain in life are death and taxes. But today it’s more accurate to say that what’s also certain for most Americans are debt and taxes. more
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