Biden is right to end the forever war in Afghanistan. Now he needs to close the forever prison that it built.
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Dad loved to set off in search of things: a trout stream, an artesian well, a wild blueberry patch that held the promise of enough bounty for my mother’s blueberry pie (our rallying cry: four cups for a pie!).
If Democrats want the wealthy to pay more taxes, tax where their money actually comes from.
Funny Asian Women Kollective (FAWK) and Walker West Music Academy, for example, both embraced their roles working at the intersection of art, performance, community, healing, and learned to find new ways to engage and support their served communities.
Lindeke’s argument against vacancy control is misguided at best.
Hint: The 1918 influenza epidemic (Spanish flu).
Now is not the time to hamstring the companies that will be central to our economic recovery.
A return to some form of obligatory military service would give the U.S. public a vested interest in the success or failure of future conflicts.
It’s reasonable — especially during an emergency like COVID-19 — but some parts bear review.
Dramatic changes in commuting brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic have created challenges for transit agencies — but also present opportunities.
Toxic pipeline permits ignore Indigenous rights, climate and clean water concerns.
It’s about all of us trusting that the system and process are fundamentally fair.
Thomas Friedman digs into a metaphor.
Mick Tingelhoff ruled well, from the football field to the balcony.
On Monday, Larry Elder, a right-wing talk radio host running to replace California Gov. Gavin Newsom if the incumbent is recalled, announced not only that he had lost and Newsom would remain governor, but that Newsom’s victory — which hadn’t yet occurred — was the result of fraud.
Our personal example can inspire others to think differently: Welcome a new neighbor. Support refugees.
A recent report from the Brookings Institution outlines seven ideas for reform, while a challenge from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer puts Sen. Joe Manchin on the spot for his continued support of the filibuster.
Minnesota already had some of the worst education gaps in the country. The pandemic surely made them worse.
Act this year to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and transition to clean electricity.
It’s time to compensate unpaid caregivers in meaningful ways.