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This is no longer the Israel his parents held up as example

Two aspiring dictators (Trump and Netanyahu) are working in tandem to meet their own self-centered political ends.

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Kids’ ills underscore the dangerous folly of marketing pot edibles

“As the saying goes, ‘What could possibly go wrong?’ Well, we’re seeing exactly what can go wrong.”

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A push for all-points advocacy to end hunger among college students

“There’s importance in one step, one talk, one e-mail. Any effort one makes can help end food insecurity.”

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We have to be caretakers of this planet’s inhabitants

“As one of myriad species residing temporarily in this space in the universe, we are the only one that has succeeded in fouling it for the others.”

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Students’ and families’ voices are key to revamping Providence schools

“Students and families must have seats at every decision-making table.”

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Lawmakers should follow lead of cities, towns on reducing waste

“On a planet with finite resources, we have a surplus of ideas on how to live our lives in ways that waste less.”

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Protective steps, while important, are not same as slowing global warming

“Climate change will proceed at the same pace whether we save our shoreline or not.”

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The doctor will hear you now

Readers from the care community react to Dr. Abraar Karan’s piece on the clinical value in listening.