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2020 Brought Us Startling, Weird Numbers May. 18, 2021

Froma Harrop

We're a statistics-happy society. We obsess over the latest numbers on just about everything —... Read More

Countering Fear That Spreads Like a Virus Jul. 24, 2020

C Force

On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data that suggests the numbe... Read More

What Happened To the Record Income Taxes Americans Paid Last Year? Jul. 15, 2020

Daily Editorials

Back in fiscal 2019, which ended last September before COVID-19 hit, the federal government set two ... Read More

10 Takeaways from the Anti-Police Brutality Protests Jun. 18, 2020

Larry Elder

No. 10: CNN's Chris Cuomo believes people have a right to engage in violence. About the anti-police ... Read More

Racially Skewed Policing Is Not a Statistical Mirage: One Need Not Believe Every Cop Is a Bigot to Recognize That the Problem Goes Beyond a Few 'Bad Apples' Jun. 17, 2020

Jacob Sullum

Many conservatives condemn the excessive force that killed George Floyd but reject the notion that s... Read More

COVID-19 Trutherism May. 01, 2020

Erick Erickson

A lot of people seem to believe that the death toll of COVID-19, now over 60,000 in the United State... Read More

Fact: COVID-19 Sickens but Rarely Kills Mar. 28, 2020

Diane Dimond

Yes. The world is in the midst of a pandemic of the COVID-19 virus. But in between all the political... Read More

Classic Ann Landers Feb. 23, 2020

Classic Ann Landers

Editor's Note: Hundreds of Ann Landers' loyal readers have requested that newspapers continue to pub... Read More

Getting There, Alive Jan. 08, 2020


Among the most common ways of getting to work each morning, riding a motorcycle is the most likely t... Read More

Park Yourself Jan. 01, 2020


The idea of living near a park is generally attractive. Who wouldn't want close access to a bit of g... Read More

Is There a Doctor ... ? Dec. 25, 2019


Each year, the nation's medical schools produce more than 20,000 graduates with M.D. degrees. Medica... Read More

Dad, We Need to Talk Dec. 18, 2019


When adult children begin taking care of aging parents, conflict is common and often inevitable as n... Read More

Cancer Cuts Dec. 04, 2019


As cancer rates increase, the number of doctors trained to treat cancer patients is declining. A new... Read More

Unhealthy Relationships Nov. 20, 2019


Which is worse for your health: a troubled relationship with a significant other or prolonged proble... Read More

Pregnant Pause Nov. 13, 2019


The Centers for Disease Control reports that a large number of pregnant women are not getting two cr... Read More

Painful Muscle Memory Oct. 30, 2019


Aricept, a drug commonly prescribed to manage cognitive decline in Alzheimer's patients, may be asso... Read More

Who Commits Suicide? Oct. 26, 2019

Diane Dimond

As odd as it might seem, suicide used to be against the law in the United States. How in the world c... Read More

Knock-Knock Oct. 23, 2019


The Peace Corps is famously all about young men and woman venturing to distant locales, bringing wit... Read More

Tele Friend Oct. 16, 2019


Telemedicine is consulting with a medical professional via computer or smartphone. With screens ever... Read More

No Fan of Heat Sep. 25, 2019


When temperatures rise, it seems like a no-brainer to reach over and flick on an electric fan. But i... Read More