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  • Columns

    Charles Krauthammer: Bungled collusion is still collusion

    The Russia scandal has entered a new phase and there’s no going back.

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  • Columns

    Randall Beach: How a toss-off song became a cultural touchstone

    Gary DeCarlo and a couple of his buddies were “just fooling around,” his wife recalled, as they quickly came up with a catchy song that had a memorable hook — “na na na na — na na na na — hey, hey, hey — goodbye.”

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  • Opinion

    Another View: When polarization led to violence in Congress

    If Americans think the political animosity inside and outside of Congress is extreme today, they might be consoled, or horrified, by comparisons with previous eras of U.S. history.

    By Francis Wilkinson Bloomberg|

  • Opinion

    Another View: Are Americans moved by Trump’s media-as-enemy war cry?

    Don’t take that victory lap just yet, Mr. President.

    By Margaret Sullivan The Washington Post|

  • Opinion

    Another View: Lifting sanctions will help Sudan’s leaders

    On most days, I don’t feel as though the daily debates or the deadlines set in Washington affect me much. Who’s up and who’s down, and who tweeted what at whom, just aren’t on my radar. But July 12 - the day by which the United States must decide whether to lift sanctions against the government of Sudan - is a day that I’ll be watching closely because it will affect me and the people I serve.

    By Tom Catena The Washington Post|

  • Opinion

    Another View: America should let its taxidermists cross state lines

    The freedom to move in pursuit of opportunity is a basic — and constitutionally protected — American value. Yet it’s a value in decline. American workers are half as likely to relocate to another state as previous generations.

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  • Opinion

    Forum: Media myopia on health care

    HILLSBORO, Ohio >> In small rural communities such as mine - places that largely supported Donald Trump for president but have higher-than- average uninsured populations - conflicting feelings about what to do about reforming health care run deep. There are divisions between health-care providers and the populations they serve, and divisions even within individuals themselves, as an inherent anti-government political bent collides with real-world struggles to pay for medical needs.

    By Gary Abernathy The Washington Post|

  • Opinion

    Forum: Drug company attempt to make opioids harder to abuse backfired

    Amid broad efforts to help people avoid prescription-opioid addiction, some pharmaceutical companies are taking an intriguing approach: making prescription opioids that can’t be misused. Although the tactic may at first blush seem a miracle cure, it has a decidedly mixed record of success.

    By Keith Humphreys The Washington Post|

  • Editorials

    Editorial: Allies needed to stand against bullying

    It’s been almost four years since Bart Palosz committed suicide on his first day as a sophomore at Greenwich High School.

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  • Columns

    Dr. David Katz, Preventive Medicine: The case for veganism

    A recently released documentary called “What the Health “makes the case for a vegan diet, arguing that the attendant benefits are among the best-kept of health-related secrets. Can we say whether or not a well balanced, vegan diet is best for human health?

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