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Prolonging life is not always money well spent.
The key question isn’t “What did I measure?” but “What did I miss?”
Should universities focus on “sustainable investments” rather than divestments?
The chief earthquake forecaster on playing drums, building a weather station and the Mormon version of Ted Talks.
Four of them, no less. And I have lived to tell the tale.
A weekly comic strip featured in the Sunday Review.
The Republican gets investigated by Justice and the FBI, but the Democrat doesn’t.
Even the liberal Justices conclude the EEOC abused its authority.
Greece may release a terrorist who murdered Americans.
What it’s like to operate a company 150 yards from the burned out liquor store—and why it’s hard to create jobs.
Unemployment is well below the national average, and labor-force participation is rising.
We have had a serious financial crisis, a very deep recession, a not-so-great recovery, and now a virtually strategy-free international monetary system. This is not a good record.
The Milwaukee Brewers made Ron Roenicke the first manager to be fired this season.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. didn't want to listen to any excuses, and Manny Pacquiao said he never intended to give one.
El haber firmado a Josh Hamilton, es más que evidente, fue una idea terrible. El béisbol está llenó de dinero, pero pagar $3.4 millones por cada jonrón, es una aberración.
US LACROSSE HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFFS
Former JSerra catcher Austin Hedges is being called up by the San Diego Padres, JSerra Coach Brett Kay said on Sunday after speaking with Hedges and his agent, Scott Boras.
The Flames began to find their rhythm in the second period, using their speed as they began to challenge Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen fairly regularly.
No one could accuse Baltimore state's attorney Marilyn Mosby of dragging her feet on the decision to file charges over the death of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody on April 12.
I'm changing my mind on the Obama presidential library.
A supervisor at the Illinois Department of Revenue made a mistake last fall. She decided to help out with a backlog of tax returns in her department.
As most of you already know, the U.S. military will soon be invading Texas, confiscating everyone's guns, implementing martial law and mandating that barbecue restaurants serve only vegan food.
When my husband and I lived in Baltimore, we often left our back door unlocked.
Because, in the end, no one wants to be That Guy, I predict the U.S. Supreme Court will find some way this summer to rule unanimously that same-sex marriage is a constitutionally protected right.
The trouble with our trade debates is that people assume they’re only about economics. Since World War II, U.S. trade policy has also been a pillar of U.S. foreign policy. In the early postwar decades, America encouraged trade with Europe and Japan — allowing more of their exports into the United States — as a way of achieving our political goals. Trade would build their prosperity, and their prosperity would promote democracy over communism. Read full article >>
There are few moments of grace in our politics these days, especially where conflicts over religion are concerned. Last week, I witnessed one. Perhaps it was a mere drop in an ocean of suspicion and mistrust, but it was instructive and even encouraging.Read full article >>
The detention and subsequent death of Freddie Gray for the crime of Making Eye Contact While Black is, on one level, a case of bad and possibly criminal policing.But it is also being seen as the apotheosis — and definitive repudiation — of a once high-flying theory of crime-fighting known as broken-windows or zero-tolerance policing.Read full article >>
Today’s topic is toxic substances and the appalling gaps in the current law that is supposed to protect the public from dangerous chemicals.For example, before a new chemical enters the market, the manufacturer must demonstrate its safety and the substance must win approval from federal regulators, right? Read full article >>
The life of the wife of a presidential candidate can sometimes be like the government. Taxing. You wake up and blink through that first cup of coffee, trying to register that the Politico headline blaring “How Rand Paul blew it on Baltimore” is about your husband. Read full article >>
It could have been billed as a postmortem on what we have been witnessing in Baltimore, except the event occurred 10 days before “Charm City” unceremoniously lost its luster. The event was an April 16 forum at Howard University — “From Protest to Policy: A Bipartisan Approach to Criminal Justice Reform” — moderated by Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.).Read full article >>
Trans-Pacific Partnership shouldn't even be a close call.   
I want trade that strengthens America's middle class and creates jobs.   
A national center assessing the threat can prevent future attacks.   
Last week marked the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War.   
Accountability comes from having law enforcement under multiple umbrellas.   
The late-night comics on boxing, the NFL and more in this sports roundup.   
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