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Professionals devoted to preventing global pandemics know best how to do their jobs _ when they’re left to do their jobs. The danger comes when politicians and bureaucrats intervene with an eye … more
The declaration landed with a thud. The 110-year-old Irving, Texas-based institution we know as the Boy Scouts of America declared bankruptcy this week in what is a very messy fight over sexual abuse … more
A free society cannot function without vibrant professional newspapers. In light of that truism, the latest dire news for the news business — that McClatchy newspapers, publisher of The News & … more
No one will ever know for sure what transpired in those minutes before the helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven other people plummeted into a hillside in Calabasas, … more
The problems with an online app that led to an embarrassing delay in tabulating the results of the Iowa caucus votes for Democratic presidential candidates should serve as a not-so-subtle reminder … more
As the world grapples to contain a troubling new strain of the coronavirus, an early criticism of the U.S. response has come from an influential critic: Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former head of the … more
As the European Union considers a five-year ban on facial recognition technology, affording lawmakers the opportunity to conduct research and craft meaningful regulation, revelations regarding the … more
Now that the Iowa caucuses have crashed, we’ll say what everyone following this year’s presidential contest is likely thinking: If so goes Iowa, so goes the nation, then God help us. And … more
Scattered in with the legitimate news headlines circulating on social media regarding the deadly coronavirus outbreak are a worrisome number of fake news items and outright hoaxes. Here’s are a … more
The news of Kobe Bryant’s death flashed early Sunday afternoon and immediately emptied the day. Bryant was a professional basketball superstar among superstars — an inspiration to people of all … more
O’Hare International Airport is now part of the global medical response to a mystery virus that has infected hundreds of people in China. Anyone flying to the United States from Wuhan, the origin … more
Virginia breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday, one day after gun control opponents dominated the traditional Lobby Day affair — massing an estimated 22,000 people at the capitol to protest several … more
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