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Unwelcome Kindnesses of Aging Jul. 06, 2019

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I find that I have a real problem with aging. When a flight attendant nicely says, "This... Read More

Millennials Are the Best, Treat Them as Such May. 30, 2019

At Work

Employers of all sizes seem a bit lost as to how to hire, manage and keep millennials (born 1980-199... Read More

An American Nightmare Jan. 31, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last Friday, on a quiet residential street at 6 in the morning, the neighborhood exploded in light, ... Read More

Dealing With the Ex When a Kid Is Involved Jan. 25, 2019

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: There is an issue that has been going on for quite some time now, and I don't know what ... Read More

Equal Justice #ForAll Nov. 03, 2018

Diane Dimond

Consider the fates of two prominent Americans, comedian Louis C.K. and former President Bill Clinton... Read More

It's Lice Oct. 13, 2018

Katiedid Langrock

"It could be eczema," I said. "It's lice," my friend repeated. "Psoriasis?" "Lice." "Dry skin from t... Read More

More on New Therapies Fighting Chronic Disorders Aug. 31, 2018

C Force

Last week, I raised a concern that new emerging approaches to the social and psychological aspects o... Read More

How Many Times Must We Save People Who Overdose? Jul. 12, 2018

Froma Harrop

A deeply humane friend recently suggested that medics stop saving people on their third opioid overd... Read More

Can't Forget About Her May. 25, 2018

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: My family relocated the year I was entering ninth grade, and on the third day at my new ... Read More

Time to Bring Back the Asylums May. 12, 2018

Diane Dimond

What does the word "asylum" conjure up in your mind? An overpopulated mental ward with screaming pat... Read More

A Forbidden Remedy for Veterans' Nightmares May. 02, 2018

Jacob Sullum

The emotional hangover from Nigel McCourry's seven months in Iraq as a U.S. Marine plagued him for y... Read More

Overdose Deaths Are the Product of Drug Prohibition Apr. 12, 2018

Steve Chapman

During Prohibition, drinkers never knew what they would get when they set out to slake their thirst.... Read More

Report From the Chemo Infusion Room Mar. 13, 2018

Froma Harrop

I write you from the infusion room at a community hospital. I'm here not as a patient but as a drive... Read More

Single-Payer a Danger for Cancer Patients Jan. 10, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

Today, breast cancer kills 39 percent fewer women than 25 years ago. Prostate cancer kills 52 percen... Read More

Moral Values and Customs vs. Laws Dec. 13, 2017

Walter E. Williams

I'm approaching my 82nd birthday, and my daughter will occasionally suggest that modernity is perple... Read More

Trump's Weak Response to the Overdose Epidemic Oct. 29, 2017

Steve Chapman

You'd think it would be impossible to kill 100 people a day, every day, without inducing widespread ... Read More

Drug Abuse Band-Aids May Increase Addictive Behavior Sep. 30, 2017

Diane Dimond

Every action has a reaction, and every decision has a consequence. Remember that lesson you learned ... Read More

The Sadly Public Last Days of Charlie Gard Jul. 27, 2017

Froma Harrop

Charlie Gard's parents were working on the last major decision they will make for him: how he will d... Read More

That's My Spot! Apr. 30, 2017

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: When it's snowed and you've shoveled clear a parking place for yourself, is it OK for ot... Read More

Dirty, Stained, Grimy, Sticky, Dried Out Leather -- Help Me, Mary! Jan. 05, 2017

Everyday Cheapskate

To me there's nothing quite as lovely as soft, supple, beautiful leather. I'll take it in a handbag,... Read More