Letters
March 13
Clockwise from top left, the campuses of Georgetown University, Stanford University, Yale University, and University of California, Los Angeles. Prose

Readers Write: College admissions scandal, race and reparations and renaming, Israel and Palestine, electronic scooters

What's a parent to do now?
Steve Lopez
March 13
Dozens of people were indicted on allegations of paying bribes and rigging college admissions scores to get their children into schools such as Stanfo

Teach your children well: Buy them a college spot if they can't earn one

Rather than let their children rely on their abilities, parents allegedly paid bribes to get them into competitive universities.
Doyle McManus
March 13
Former Vice President Joe Biden hasn’t declared his presidential candidacy yet, but he courted the International Association of Firefighters on Tues

History could be Biden's biggest challenge in race for White House

History, and challengers, could look askance at earlier positions.
Opinion
March 12
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Editorial cartoon: Dana Summers on Democrats

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Editorial
March 12

Democrats botched Omar response, and Trump followed suit

If the Democrats are anti-Jewish, what does that make Republicans?
Jennifer Rubin
March 12
In this Feb. 28, 2019, photo, former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the Chuck Hagel Forum in Global Leadership, on the campus of the University of

If THIS Biden runs, he'll win

Economic populism, old-fashioned competence, corny patriotism, down-to-earth confidence — a formidable platform.
Letters
March 12
Doctors and public health workers in San Francisco are preparing to track injuries from electric scooters and the other transportation services blosso

Readers Write: Electric scooters and safety, a letter from Walter Mondale regarding Ilhan Omar, renaming buildings at the U, Olympian's death

There's danger — be responsible.
Peggy Scott
March 12
Legislators at the Minnesota Capitol are considering bills that would expand access to patient data and a bill that allows patients to decide who has

While two bills would eat away at patient privacy, another protects it

Business groups are trying to change state law to allow release of data without consent, but my bill would give you the control.
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