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International travelers grudgingly accept that their cellphones or laptops might be handled and given a cursory inspection at an airport or border crossing. But some travelers, including U.S. … more
It’s a strange paradox that, while today’s young people seem so much more enlightened than many of their elders in terms of technology, social progress and commonsense concern for the environment … more
Federal lawmakers should follow the lead of Washington and at least 17 other states in raising the age of legal sale for vapor and tobacco products to age 21. Doing so will make it more difficult … more
No matter how the U.S. Supreme Court rules in the three consolidated immigration cases heard Tuesday, the fact that the Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals program came down to an up or down vote … more
“Abrazos, no balazos.” Hugs, not bullets. That has been a cornerstone of Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s policy toward the country’s murderous drug cartels. Eradicate poverty, … more
It is all important for top corporate executives to model behavior, and when they don’t the personal and institutional risk is enormous. It is from that backdrop that McDonald’s board of … more
It’s easy to look back on American history and cast aspersions. But it’s harder to recognize the complexity and uneven nature of history. There are American heroes who dedicated — and risked … more
There is much to say about the raid that killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and even more to learn. Begin with congratulations to the unknown military and intelligence personnel who … more
One mark of how far we have fallen into the politics of division is the blowback the White House has experienced after the killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Now let’s first stipulate that no one … more
Two of the largest information companies on Earth are making a mockery of Washington state campaign law. The law requires Facebook and Google, like every other carrier of political advertising in … more
On the biggest stage in baseball, the World Series, the Houston Astros’ top brass is highlighting what advocates say are some of the biggest hurdles that still remain in the fight against domestic … more
Anyone who has ever owned a dog knows the experience can have its, um, drawbacks. Dogs of our acquaintance have been known to shred rolls of toilet paper, gobble food off counters, bark furiously at … more
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