• Perspective

“World War Z” imagined a mysterious virus being downplayed by Beijing. Sound familiar?

  • Max Brooks
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The first step for cutting prescription drug prices

  • Robin Feldman
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Baseball is not in a good place, and it’s killing me … it's just killing me.

How much should age matter to Democratic primary voters?

Killing energy on the left has damaged the party's efforts in the past.

  • Elizabeth Tandy Shermer
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If an epidemic dings the economy, fighting it will be easier than usual.

In a potentially game-changing Supreme Court case, Louisiana contends that abortion providers can’t sue on behalf of patients because they don’t have their best interests at heart.

  • David S. Cohen and Carole Joffe
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To assess charter schools, we need to focus on teacher compensation and how students are treated.

“Moderate” candidates won’t be electable if they can’t speak to middle- and working-class frustrations.

  • Robert B. Reich
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We should welcome independent judges safeguarding the rule of law.

  • Federico Finchelstein
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Containment won’t work. Here’s how mitigation will go.

The unofficial standard of the #MeToo era was always a low bar. Now it's been wiped away.

  • Rachel Sklar
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There's a method to the administration's madness. It's a very stupid method, but still...

Panics spread misinformation that make crafting sound medical solutions more difficult, while fueling bigotry.

  • Danielle B. Wetmore
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Sorry, GOP outcasts, but #SometimesTrump just doesn’t cut it.

  • Joe Walsh
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The mathematician’s experience showed how valuable diversity can be for inspiring scientific progress.

  • Crystal R. Sanders
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NASA human computer Katherine Johnson took us to outer space and shaped history on Earth.

  • Duchess Harris
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There's no reason for political disputes to end "at the water's edge."

The South Carolina primary might be his last chance for viability.

  • Chryl N. Laird and Ismail K. White
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It’s going to happen at some point.

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