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  • Move past hideous stereotypes of Israelis, Palestinians

    Move past hideous stereotypes of Israelis, Palestinians
    — My heart jumped when I saw the poster at the entrance to the Muslim community center in Central Java, Indonesia, in 2009. I didn't need to speak Indonesian to understand the photo of dead and injured Gazan children. Still, I asked for a...
  • University to open hostel for commuter students

    CANTON, Ohio If bad weather blows in this fall, commuter students at Malone University won't have to fret. They can snuggle down in what appears to be a first at any college or university in the state: a commuter hostel at a thrifty $30 a night. While...
  • Surprising Primary Guests: Race And Class

    Midterm elections as a rule do not inspire much interest or excitement. The majority of the recent party primary contests in Connecticut adhered to this rule, but two were noticeable exceptions. In both, race or class unexpectedly showed up. Race was an...
  • David Gregory's exit becomes Sunday talk

    David Gregory's exit becomes Sunday talk
    A Sunday morning show, "Meet the Press," will become a Sunday morning topic this weekend. David Gregory is leaving NBC after two decades and being replaced on "Meet the Press" by Chuck Todd on Sept. 7. Andrea Mitchell fills in this weekend. CNN and...
  • When fate points a finger: The Jim Brady story

    Many years ago, when I was in college, a professor told me that some people chose to change the world while others were chosen by the world to change it. James Brady fit the second category. Brady, who died Monday at the age of 73, didn't set out to...
  • Not enough primary-care doctors? Try Missouri's prescription.

    Not enough primary-care doctors? Try Missouri's prescription.
    Everyone agrees that the United States does not have enough primary-care physicians. There are huge swaths of the nation, especially rural and inner-city areas, that lack any primary-care physicians. The Department of Health and Human Services estimates...
  • Arthur L. Caplan: Why do two white Americans get Ebola serum while hundreds of Africans die?

    Arthur L. Caplan: Why do two white Americans get Ebola serum while hundreds of Africans die?
    What should happen if a massive viral outbreak appears out of nowhere and the only possible treatment is an untested drug? And who should receive it? The two American missionaries who contracted the almost-always-fatal virus in West Africa were given...
  • Why do 2 Americans get the Ebola serum while hundreds of Africans die?

    What should happen if a massive viral outbreak appears out of nowhere and the only possible treatment is an untested drug? Who should receive it? The two American missionaries who contracted the almost-always-fatal Ebola virus in West Africa were given...
  • Mree finds voice after quick rise from YouTube covers

    In 2010, a shy high school freshman from New Jersey named Marie Hsiao picked up guitar, freshened up her piano skills and began releasing videos of herself singing covers of songs on YouTube under the moniker Mree. She got hundreds of thousands of views...
  • PTSD continues to afflict Vietnam veterans 40 years after the war

    Four decades after the Vietnam War, 11% of its veterans still suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, according to new research suggesting that for some people it is a condition unlikely to ever go away. The findings, presented Friday at a meeting...
  • Tennessee Supreme Court justices win after GOP campaign against them

    Tennessee voters rejected an effort Thursday to oust three state Supreme Court justices who were under attack by conservatives for being too liberal for the state. Chief Justice Gary R. Wade and Justices Cornelia A. Clark and Sharon G. Lee all...