In a nation with more than 30,000 annual deaths from gunfire, and more than 70,000 injuries, promoting the safe storage and handling of guns is an obvious task for public health professionals. At least, it should be. As a paper published online this week at the Annals of Internal Medicine argues,...
“Under normal circumstances, Clinton wins,” writes Charles Krauthammer. “But if the fire alarm goes off between now and Election Day, all bets are off.”
Donald Trump effectively locked up the Republican presidential nomination on the night of May 3 when he won a sweeping victory in the Indiana primary. Ted Cruz ended his campaign that night. John Kasich followed suit the next day. It's been 16 days since that night. And Trump, the least orthodox...
“Sanders wants the party to have a more ambitious vision,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr. “This is exactly what Clinton must show voters she has.”
Congress was late to wake up to the opioid epidemic, but now it appears ready to expand treatment. That requires funding, however.
For whatever reason, writes Kathleen Parker, Hillary Clinton can't to stick to the truth. She seems incapable of admitting to mistakes.
Eventually, writes Esther J. Cepeda, addressing childhood hunger might help reduce the number of violent adults. But you don’t have to wait — you can donate food, money or time today.
“Trump falsely claims that voters would learn nothing from his tax returns,” writes Glenn Kessler. “To the contrary, voters would learn a lot of information that Trump has long tried to hide from the public.”