Over-the-counter birth control would be a game changer | Opinion
By Sonali Kolhatkar A federal advisory committee has unanimously recommended that the Food and Drug Administration allow the sale of Opill, an over-the-counter birth control pill. Coming amid a widespread assault on reproductive health care, this could be a game-changer. Margery Gass, an advisory committee member and an emerita professor of medicine at the University of Cincinnati, told The Washington […]
What white people get wrong about Black dads | Opinion
The Black men I saw growing up had only ever worked toward one goal with their children: To give them a better life than they had.
MAGA politics seems to be losing some of its shine | Opinion
It should come as no surprise that if you put 'anti-government' candidates in office, they’re going to run government so poorly that citizens are dissatisfied.
With Bannon’s latest legal troubles, it’s another Trumpster in the Dumpster | Opinion
If one gets the feeling that the walls are closing in on Trump and his bandits, there are plenty of good reasons for that assumption.
We don’t want to admit the real worker shortage problem | Opinion
Of all the things COVID-19 has taken from us, one of the most profound has been the change in workforce
Burn this commentary | Opinion
If you’re a believer in the power of books, please join me against those who would have it destroyed.
Filibusted: Experts say the time has come to end Senate practice
Even the stuffy, florid name of the procedure, “filibuster” sounds like something conceived around a table of wig-wearing Founding Fathers.