Minnesota’s rate of people lacking sufficient health insurance coverage is half the national rate. But that number doesn’t tell the full story.
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We all have choices to make about how we live our lives, and how healthy we are. But let’s agree that no one deserves to get COVID.
As cases surge and ICU beds fill up, it has become apparent who is responsible. It’s young people, engaged in risky behavior and convinced of our infallibility.
Gratitude can be found on the flip side of most everything. Rarely is anything 100 percent bad.
As we mark the 57th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, we should note the speech he was scheduled to make that fateful day. What he was calling for in that address was faith — in ourselves, our country and our democracy.
Trump can’t produce evidence of fraud because: There. Was. No. Fraud.
Pardoning himself could be the crowning blow in Donald Trump’s tainting of the presidency.
Is there a chance a few Senate Republicans will have the wisdom and courage to put loyalty to country above loyalty to McConnell?
Problem-solving and innovative solutions only occur when you work from the middle out. That’s what Jim Ramstad did. That’s why he was so successful in achieving breakthrough legislation in mental health and other areas.
Attacking the LGBTQ community played a major role in Poland’s right-wing president, Andrzej Duda, July re-election to a second five-year term.
They are ready for those they elected to pass legislation that protects our natural heritage.
The election was both a personal rejection of Donald Trump and a collective verdict against one-party control of government.
We Americans, all 330 million of us, could find ourselves on the edge of another epoch, on the brink of writing another momentous chapter in American history.
History will not forget those who allowed Donald Trump to deconstruct the values and institutions that have made America the greatest country in the world. It will take good people from within — younger and committed conservatives — to say enough is enough.
The United Nations’ Human Rights Council is meeting in Geneva for its third Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United States.
As devastating as the pandemic has been on education, it also presents an opportunity to reorient instruction to be more interdisciplinary, learner-driven and community-oriented.
These newly proposed regulations could have a devastating effect on a strong economy, let alone the ailing economy we are currently experiencing.
I’ve had many interesting and enjoyable contacts with the people in Wyoming. I have avoided bringing up political matters.
As scientists who have worked in water resources management, geology, ecosystem assessment, energy systems, and public health, we were shocked at how independent science has been largely ignored in the permit review process.