Opinion | Alan Wirzbicki

Playing it safe with the new BPS superintendent?

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Marie Izquierdo should be the front-runner. The fact that she’s not says a lot about the city and Mayor Marty Walsh.

SCOT LEHIGH

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Some of William Barr’s responses didn’t even pass the laugh test.

Michael A. Cohen

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The president cannot pick and choose the laws he chooses to abide by. Democrats must begin impeachment proceedings.

Opinion | Margery Eagan

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What’s the point of their speaking tour? To spin themselves.

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Free Press

Two Reuters reporters and Jamal Khashoggi among ‘10 Most Urgent’ list of press freedom cases

The One Free Press Coalition every month spotlights the “10 Most Urgent” journalists who press freedoms are under threat worldwide.

SCOT LEHIGH

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It feels as though Democrats are losing sight of the greenest, tallest tree for the broader public-policy forest.

Editorial

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Charlie Baker can point to improvements at the Department of Children and Families, but he’s far from achieving systemic reforms.

OPINION | STAN ROSENBERG

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We need to do better by our foster children.

Renée Graham

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When black women vote, we are our own saviors. We aren’t maids charged with cleaning up America’s political messes.

Opinion | Michael Stein and Jon Kingsdale

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The alternative to the proposal is adequate funding of the Affordable Care Act.

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“Reducing the occurrence of painful workplace injuries and illnesses will reduce opioid addiction commensurately.”

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Growing pains in Newton

As Newton grapples with development questions, readers write to share their hopes for the city.

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Making rape cases a priority is not a question of competing resources

“Effective use of DNA evidence in rape cases is not a question of will or resources, it is a question of will and resources.”

Letters

The Rev. Michael Haynes lifted the city and its residents

“I was told that if you wanted to understand the history of African-Americans in Boston, go hear the Rev. Haynes.”

Renée Graham

It’s not ‘cancel culture.’ It’s facing consequences.

Comedian Shane Gillis doesn’t deserve or need our sympathy for his racist remarks.

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Ideas | Rachel Somerstein

Rates of maternal mistreatment in the US are high across the board — especially for women of color

Pregnant women of color are more likely to be harassed, yelled at, or otherwise mistreated by medical professionals, according to a new study.

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