Last time I checked, no one is paying $300 for a case of Poland Spring.

  • Allie Marotta
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Mocking people for their addiction will make them less willing to get help.

  • Eric Garcia
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You can't be neutral in the face of lies and rule-breaking.

  • Brendan Nyhan
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Earlier U.S. leaders knew weapons and elections don’t mix.

My September 2020 pandemic diary entry.

Both the Panic of 1873 and the Great Depression were worse because the government failed to act.

  • Michael Hiltzik
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The public health approach is crucial for not leaving anyone behind.

  • Celine Gounder
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The president of the United States owes hundreds of millions of dollars. Is that a source of vulnerability?

The left discovers the problems with "juristocracy."

  • Ryan Doerfler
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The left may be criticizing him in 2020, but Roosevelt defied modern labels.

  • David Gessner
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President Trump’s tax returns reflect the way the wealthy often bend the rules.

  • Christine Adams
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For Trump, an electoral loss wouldn’t just mean the end of his political career. It might also mean personal and financial ruin.

And the warning it carries for U.S. foreign policy.

New York Times reporting on the president's taxes suggest two possibilities.

  • Elie Mystal
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Seniors have tended to prefer Republican presidential candidates. Not this year.

  • Robert Griffin
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New studies find that Biden’s economic plans beat Trump’s in terms of jobs and growth. That’s because it takes policy to get to full employment.

I couldn’t risk a third miscarriage but had to drive across three states for a timely abortion.

  • Alex Fabrizio Sumpter
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Rick Blake writes about Kentucky's history of racial injustice.

  • Rick Blake
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Many covid-19 patients die alone, without family by their sides. My wife was one of them.

  • Ken Beckley
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Volunteers like me are taking risks for a vaccine that politicians are undermining faith in.

  • Ian Haydon
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