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Federal agency should honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice
American Battle Monuments Commission should help Gold Star families honor the fallen buried overseas by reinstating, and encouraging the use of, its discontinued floral program.
When clinics can’t afford to keep detox and rehab beds open, state policy needs to change
Substance use should be treated like other mental health care.
As long COVID turns three, Americans play disability roulette
An ICU physician, I’ve had a front row seat to the heartbreak of the past three years.
Everyone is getting into the trademark game
Because — why not? There is ample precedent for what sound like frivolous filings with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
How Tina Turner helped Black girls and women feel free
The iconic performer followed no path but her own and gave many of us the courage to do the same.
Ron DeSantis’s ill-conceived campaign
The Florida governor tries to take on Trump without offending MAGA.
An unfinished piece of criminal justice reform business: Raising the age for juvenile offenders
New research supports a new approach to dealing with young adults before they get caught up in the prison system.
Don’t call my breasts ‘boobs.’ It’s degrading.
The tone of the word “boobs” is jaunty and jokey and a little bit tough: women taking back and wielding a word that was once used to demean us. But the word is still degrading.