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The Supreme Court nominee resides on the right, listens intently to the left and often finds a homespun truth somewhere in between
Some groups think the Alabama-based judge leans too far right, while others view him as leaning too far left.
Rep. Tom Price heads into a potentially contentious confirmation hearing Tuesday.
Key takeaways from The Washington Post’s year-long exploration of premature mortality in America.
In addition to seeing a doctor, these resources can help people at risk of suicide or addiction.
And experts say alcohol companies target women with messages that promote heavy drinking.
In Charlotte and elsewhere, training lags.
“I thought I was invincible. I thought nothing was going to kill me.”
Forty-five percent of adults were taking drugs they hadn’t been prescribed.