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The Supreme Court draft ruling overturning Roe v. Wade raises just as many arguments and counterarguments as the original ruling that Justice Samuel Alito excoriated in his opinion, leaked thi…

Much of the world reacted in horror at Russian atrocities in the town of Bucha, a suburb of Kyiv, one month ago. After the Russian army retreated, Ukrainians found the bodies of hundreds of ci…

Three consecutive chopped-up school years have had the expected effect on student learning. New research shows that growing numbers of kids are falling behind in reading, with Black and Hispan…

As the seemingly (but not-for-certain) less severe omicron variant elbows out delta and political leaders across America try to stave off fresh hospitalizations and deaths, one sound we aren’t…

Bob Dole was among the best of a generation of Americans who believed this country had both the ability and obligation to do great things at home and abroad.

American health care is too expensive. Exhibit A is a new study of Americans’ medical debt published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. That debt is twice as large as had prev…

Extreme weather events across the U.S. and the globe have increased in frequency and severity over the last two decades. Congressional Democrats want to invest in infrastructure improvements t…

You’re cruising down the interstate. Maybe you’re going a little bit faster than you should be. Maybe not. But if you catch a glimpse of a state trooper’s cruiser, you probably ease up on the …

Last week, the Washington Supreme Court tried to figure out who counts as a journalist in the digital age. It concluded that just having a camera and a YouTube channel isn’t enough, at least n…

Georgia’s Senate runoff race offers important lessons for political campaigns around the country on old school, grassroots organizing of voters. Democrats flipped two seats in the historically…

The 2020 presidential election in Pennsylvania, the first in which any voter could request a mail-in ballot, had more than its share of controversies — some real, some imagined — and the proce…

Pandemic-weary America eagerly awaits the arrival of at least two new COVID-19 vaccines to finally turn the corner back to more normal life.

Official Washington, D.C., will become more diverse, and more representative of America, in January when Kamala Harris takes office as the first woman elected as vice president, as well as the…

By the looks of it, President-elect Joe Biden’s administration will be among the most teacher-friendly in history — and not just because incoming first lady Jill Biden, who plans to continue t…

Borrowing a page from history, the Legislature has approved a bill that will take a significant step toward rural economic development at little cost to consumers or taxpayers.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has just put the country’s financial stability at unnecessary risk, by refusing to extend programs that’ve kept credit flowing to companies and municipal…

With many Americans still terrified of the novel coronavirus, it’s small wonder that the aviation industry is dealing with financial turbulence.

As if having his music reduced to ringtones wasn’t insult enough, the great Ludwig van Beethoven himself has now become a political football in the cancel culture debates.

As Gov. Tom Wolf presses for full legalization of marijuana, it’s worth remembering why Prohibition, which banned alcohol production, sales and consumption for 13 years beginning in January 19…