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It’s OK for Superman to cry

We met Joe Gonzalez at a golf outing for wounded veterans last summer. Outside, he seemed in good shape, trim and tanned as he swatted balls off a practice tee. His calf muscl... read more...


The deadly triumph of statistics

What were they thinking? A panel of scientists has issued guidelines for breast-cancer screening that could undo years of education and advocacy that have saved tens of thousa... read more...


The buck stops nowhere

The good news: Both parties finally agree on an important element of public policy. The bad news: What they agree on is doing nothing real about the deficit. True, the coun... read more...


Here’s to the ladies who lunch

RALEIGH, N.C. – October can be a great month for the Ladies who Lunch. The food might not be particularly filling, but the stories of people helped by the women sitting around... read more...


Keep running, and wearing pink

When NFL players take the field dressed in pink, you know something has changed. We’ve come a long way from the days when breast cancer was a taboo subject. In this 25th-anniv... read more...


What if men had ovaries?

“This is insane.” Those are the words of Sen. Patty Murray, who has seldom raised her voice during 17 years on Capitol Hill. So what provoked such outrage? A finding by the Na... read more...


The perils of moderation

A Republican politician who inherited a family tradition of moderation was fuming with frustration: “What a crazy place Congress is! My wonderful dad has to be turning over in... read more...


Obama’s army missing in action

Where is Obama’s army? As the healthcare debate was accelerating this summer, the president sent an e-mail message to his followers, saying, “This is the moment our movement ... read more...


Obama’s army missing in action

Where is Obama’s army? As the healthcare debate was accelerating this summer, the president sent an e-mail message to his followers, saying, “This is the moment our movement ... read more...


Blessed are the majority makers

As lawmakers begin their August recess, the airwaves back home are filled with ads arguing all sides of the healthcare debate. But one commercial stands out. Two liberal inter... read more...


Don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t wait

Dan Choi was a career army officer, a combat veteran, a fluent Arabic speaker. In March, he announced he was gay, and in May, he was discharged. “When I got the letter, I was... read more...


Why do guys have to be guys?

Who knew the now-infamous C Street House could serve as the set for “Sex and the City”? The titillating tales just keep flowing from the congressional house of Christian fello... read more...


What mentors do

When Sonia Sotomayor was a law student, she told a professor that her career goal was to be a federal judge. But more than a decade later, when she was urged to apply for an o... read more...


Not-so-lame ducks

What’s so bad about lame ducks? It’s one of the many questions Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin raised when she stunned the political world with her announcement that she would soon b... read more...


Happy anniversary, Title IX! Now what?

Lost in all the eye-popping news of last week was an event the Obama administration hoped would garner good press: The first White House celebration of the anniversary of Titl... read more...



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