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Eliminating humanities majors from the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point would deprive students of the chance to get a well-rounded liberal arts education.
Our fellow Americans who disagree with us are not our enemies.
2018 may finally be their year.
The belief that crime is a soluble problem if we’re willing to be mean enough is apparently nestled deep in the human psyche.
Institutions can learn from individuals.
The crown prince wants to fight every battle at once. But he needs to be in the business of solving problems, rather than picking new fights.
And its love for today’s FBI in general.
What do you do with a no-platformer? Apparently, you no-platform them.
It’s high time for external oversight.
To assume that demographic data is all anyone needs to know — or ask — shortchanges voters and diminishes candidates.
The death of a pedestrian should caution us to look at the data.
She is unfit to become CIA chief.
If this doesn’t “shock the conscience,” what would?
By the end of the week, congressional negotiators need to reach agreement.
Trayon White Sr. apologized to the Jewish community, but his bizarre statements about climate are troubling, too.
The 'broken' budget system is giving Republicans exactly what they want.
How anti-Semitic ideas can spread without people realizing they're spreading them.
Spring is (supposedly) here. But until it's warmer outside, here are a few books with which to curl up.
How discredited experts and fields of forensics keep sneaking into courtrooms.
When someone’s hit by a self-driving car, how do we figure out who (or what) is to blame?
Trump's use of nondisclosure agreements in the White House is the latest violation of the public trust.
The Supreme Court has already upheld the freedom not to speak.
I played for the Retrievers years ago. But basketball success is only part of the story.
If something calamitous doesn't happen immediately after he does something, it bolsters his view that he's bulletproof.
The tariff debate reveals a dangerous unwillingness to depart from the status quo on trade policy.
The kingdom's offensive has induced a humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
With Mike Pompeo’s rise, the insurgents run the establishment.
Come the next recession, our backward fiscal policy could really hurt us.
Promoting her to be director sends all the wrong messages.
We’ve been hearing complaints about political correctness since the 1990s, but colleges are more tolerant than ever.
A play about the fury of the early days of AIDS provides new hope in the Trump era.
They pay exorbitant fees for luxury services they select. Of course they think they’re in charge.
The famed physicist was fearless, funny and inspiring. He was also my friend.
The social media platform is what you make of it.
March Madness means more booze on campus.
No, spying doesn’t increase tension between hostile nations.
The activism never stopped. But the attention to it vanished.
Another legislative session, another sense of deja vu.
Veterans’ health care should be a priority.
Privatizing Reagan National and Dulles International airports is the right idea.
Demolishing deteriorating housing provides an opportunity to help the homeless.
The race to build up the Buzzard Point area is creating a pollution hazard.