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Pro: Prospective students are looking for schools with an energy moral and an intellectual base
Unchecked climate change promises to devastate millions of lives, and the relevant question is whether a university profits from fossil-fuel extraction.
First Amendment: LGBT rights, religious freedom and the Utah miracle
In this legislation, everyone means everyone: Transgender people are protected, an issue that has blocked agreement in other states.
Charles Krauthammer: No peace in our time in the Mideast
Blaming Netanyahu for the absence of Arab-Israeli peace is misguided.
Esther Cepeda: Skip the ‘Hot Dogs & Croissants’
A new book from two French authors on American cuisine is not worth the read.
Bill Lueders: Iron mine is halted, but battle scars remain
Gogebic Taconite President Bill Williams has announced his company is dropping plans for a northern Wisconsin mine for now.
Greg Peck: Are you celebrating St. Patrick's Day? How?
Do you have any plans to make today a festive St. Patrick's Day?
Steven Walters: Lawmakers told highways back home face new delays
Steven Walters: Lawmakers told highways back home face new delays
Mark Gottlieb listed highway projects that would be delayed by a $500 million reduction in borrowing in the backyards of Finance Committee members.
Michael Gerson: Case study shows inequality's effects on kids
Michael Gerson: Case study shows inequality's effects on kids
The more influence Robert Putnam's new book, "Our Kids," gains, the more just and generous our country will become.
Jason Stanford: What ‘Footloose’ can teach us about Iran
There’s a fair trade to be made here. Iran needs the sanctions lifted. We need them to not make nuclear bombs.
Matt Pommer: Protests over union rights produce footnotes
Walker's team has decided not to challenge a state Appeals Court ruling that tickets given to those who sang labor songs during state Capitol protests were unconstitutional.