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  • How the American Psychological Assn. lost its way

    How the American Psychological Assn. lost its way

    The American Psychological Assn. is in crisis.

  • Should female athletes have to prove they are women?

    Should female athletes have to prove they are women?

    Indian sprinter Dutee Chand recently secured the right to compete as a woman, even though her natural level of testosterone may exceed international track and field regulations for female athletes. Missing from news reports on Chand's "win" at the international Court of Arbitration for Sport is...

  • Jonathan Pollard: Not a hero, not a martyr, just a criminal who's served his time

    Jonathan Pollard: Not a hero, not a martyr, just a criminal who's served his time

    As recently as last year, the Obama administration seemed willing to treat Jonathan J. Pollard, a former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst sentenced to life for spying for Israel, as a bargaining chip in Middle East diplomacy. At the time we criticized any linkage between freedom for Pollard — a hero...

  • Medicare and Medicaid at 50: Successful, expensive

    Medicare and Medicaid at 50: Successful, expensive

    In the 50 years since they were signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson, Medicare and Medicaid have grown into health insurance behemoths, covering one-third of all Americans and accounting for $4 of every $10 spent on healthcare here. Widely supported by beneficiaries, the programs have been...

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