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Our drug war’s sanctimony and sycophancy

Brad’s family surrounded him on the joyous occasion of his

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Fixing the outcome appears to be what’s behind the application

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It took little time for legislatures in North Carolina and

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This month brings the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther

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Lawmakers see drugs’ devastation firsthand

One of the most disturbing legislative hearings last week in

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What’s on the other side of the ledger?

When writing news stories, one of the challenges is to

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When someone mentions “transportation” in the Eastern Panhandle, immediate thoughts

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Snowden: Traitor or whistleblower?

In early June, British journalist Glenn Greenwald, writing for The

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Better get crackin’

It can be easy to take water for granted. Here

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Ceding ground saves lives, too

When the National Rifle Association managed to successfully lobby Florida

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