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For ExxonMobil, An Inconvenient Truth Environment

For ExxonMobil, An Inconvenient Truth

By Frederick Hewett

Did the oil giant lie to shareholders about business risks stemming from climate change? And how far did the corporation’s efforts to sway scientific opinion go?

If The Brain Is Dead, Are You? Health

If The Brain Is Dead, Are You?

By Paul C. McLean

In medical ethics, a matter of language separates life from death. So why do some families release their loves ones, while others cling to hope?

Replacing Scalia: What Would Antonin Scalia Do? Law

Replacing Scalia: What Would Antonin Scalia Do?

By Steve Almond

Those who are distressed at Justice Scalia’s passing should think about what it means that, not an hour after his death, they stood ready to defile all that he stood for.

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Before The Buffer Zone Law

Before The Buffer Zone

By Joanne Barker

If buffer zones are removed, kindly grandmothers aren’t the only ones who will confront patients walking into Planned Parenthood.

A Letter To My New Daughter About Love Life

A Letter To My New Daughter About Love

By Steve Almond

What makes your birthday special — aside from the fact, of course, that you entered our world — is that it marks a fundamental victory for the cause of love over hate.

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