Trump is a domestic enemy. Treat him like one | Quentin Young
If the former president and his abettors attempted a violent coup, what’s to be done with them?
White supremacy and the post-Roe pregnancy-to-prison pipeline | Opinion
Women of color have warned for half a century of the racist result of anti-abortion laws.
Climate change is wreaking havoc on our mental health | Opinion
I’m a therapist. I’ve seen an increase in the stress my patients express about the state of our climate.
Take a moment to reflect on Wynn Bruce and his death | Opinion
What is it that the world has failed to hear? Bruce insisted, in the extreme manner of a final warning, that we listen.
To build a better America, ensure everyone who needs health care can get it | Opinion
Americans should have access to the care they need no matter where they live, what they look like or how much they make.
The GOP is the gallows party
The longer violent rhetoric is allowed to persist the more actual violence is likely to occur.
Jan. 6 succeeded. Here’s what’s next | Quentin Young
Just as America has endured past division it has also seen heroic resistance to abuses.
Stop posing with guns. It makes you look weak | Quentin Young
Glorification of firearms helps create a culture that allows routine slaughter.
Threats of violence in our politics are at the point of emergency | Quentin Young
A unified message from Republican elected leaders could prevent a tragedy. So far they have failed to speak up.
Think a mild case of COVID-19 is no big deal? Think again | Trish Zornio
New research shows concerning effects of the virus, even in asymptomatic cases.
Vaccines for kids are coming but they can’t be rushed | Trish Zornio
Many parents are experiencing increased anxiety over how to keep their children safe as schools reopen. It is for this reason that the perceived risk analysis has changed.
Teaching was hard enough already. COVID-19 made it nearly impossible, so I quit | Trish Zornio
By Trish Zornio It took 36 years, but I’ve finally left school. The end came shortly after University of Colorado administrators denied faculty the ability to teach remotely amid yet another COVID-19 surge. Following the denial, a stream of unusual advice for professors trickled in: anticipate chaos, get creative and, if necessary, call the police. […]