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Do you believe drivers are at fault 94 percent of the time? Turns out that’s one of five myths about roads.
The requirements for aid deny parents help they need to work and feed and house their families.
The state can get the most of American Rescue Plan dollars by working with families in five key areas.
That’s where we’re headed unless subsidies support worker pay and help families afford its services.
The state’s clean energy goals are laudable, but that energy must also be reliable and affordable.
Energy companies are agreeing now, to keep the price low, but at any price a carbon fee is imperative.
The latest proposal would be focused on bank deposits and withdrawals of wealthier account holders.
That type of cosmetic surgery ignores the reforms that are in Zuckerberg’s power to make immediately.
Legislation pushing ‘parental rights’ doesn’t recognize kids’ needs to be exposed to a range of ideas.
He can’t claim executive privilege because he’s no longer the executive. The intent of the law is clear.
Three men charged in Ahmaud Arbery’s death claim fear as justification for hunting down a Black man.
Reluctance to protect public health stands in contrast to WSU’s move to fire its football coach.
The United States has enough nuclear and conventional means to confront what could be a shell game.
On photo ID, even Democratic voters in polls back such a provision; now Democrats are back-tracking.
Grandparents’ proximity to the immediate family can vary, but they often play a vital child-rearing role.
A phrase from the civil rights era tied Powell to his home and reminded him of his obligations.
There are often landmark cases, but sometimes the hyperbole gets ahead of the day’s commentators.
As supply chain problems continue, expect retailers to pull back on their blowout deals this season.
The venerable magazine had a history of hard-hitting journalism; now that’s trained on celebrities.
By comparing states’ stastics, researchers determined 140,000 lives were saved as of May 9.