An ongoing trial is bringing atrocities to light.

  • Nelson Rauda and John Washington
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  • Perspective

Doctors have gotten better at meeting patients where they are.

  • Shantanu Nundy
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Rahm Emanuel as a diplomat?!

Leadership battles tell us a lot about where a party is headed.

  • Zack C. Smith
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The votes that sent the tea party to Washington were the most consequential in decades.

  • Jeff Greenfield
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Republican cred is no longer defined by conservative beliefs.

  • Liz Mair
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Let’s dispense with the Great Recession revisionism and engage in an altogether different revisionism.

The lavish coverage of Egyptian discoveries relative to equally impressive Chinese finds reveals cultural bias.

  • Rowan K. Flad
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Americans have always been deeply divided.

  • Alan Taylor
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Franklin Roosevelt's handling of a major public health crisis in India shows what not to do.

  • Julien Reiman
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  • Perspective

The trail of ‘clues’ plays the people who follow it

Some thoughts on the evolving U.S. position on intellectual property protections for pharmaceuticals.

Decades of stigmatizing and trying to police the homeless have perpetuated the problem.

  • Ella Howard
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Picking on marginalized groups and stoking the racial and sexual anxieties of the majority is a time-honored strategy.

  • Nikita Shepard
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My daughter’s fascination with Hallyu seemed like the perfect adolescent rebellion.

  • Stacy Kim
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The complicated politics of motherhood.

  • Anya Jabour
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Making way for a successor would protect his Supreme Court legacy.

  • Erwin Chemerinsky
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  • Perspective

Representing countries with bad records on press freedom is big business.

  • Kathy Kiely
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Its Trump ruling aside, the Facebook Oversight Board has no real power.

  • Kelsey D. Atherton
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  • Review

Bernadette Barton decries the “pornification” of American pop culture.

  • Daniel Oppenheimer
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