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The promise of health care for Iraq veterans

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A judge’s decision linking burn pit exposure to lung disease offers a glimmer of hope for better health care coverage for veterans of Iraq.

IDEAS | ALEX KINGSBURY

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A distinctly American notion holds that real men dispatch bad men with a pull of the trigger. But this is directly at odds with how real people behave.

Michael A. Cohen

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Putting more guns in schools will lead to more accidents and more deaths.

Opinion | Jack Thomas

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The evangelical minister spoke about past mistakes and changing views on the Bible.

DANTE RAMOS

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/23/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/ramos-4396.jpeg The price we pay for liveability

Past generations knew it was their duty to improve the landscape, but we treat tomorrow’s green infrastructure like an optional frill.

Renée Graham

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For the first time following a mass shooting, Republicans aren’t being allowed to hide behind their ready stack of thoughts and prayers.

EDITORIAL

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By accepting the endorsement of Teamsters Local 25, Charlie Baker has effectively ended the union’s political ostracization.

JOAN WICKERSHAM

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/22/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/webwickersham.jpg In a time of political crisis, reach for coarse-grit sandpaper

Repairing a broken government is going to be a long, slow, laborious process.

Opinion | Cornell William Brooks

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Du Bois and today’s citizen activists compel America to fulfill her promises to all her citizens.

Dan Wasserman

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Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association confer on how to deal with student protesters.

Opinion | A.J.B. Lane

At least it’s better than taking the Red Line

The Underworld has made great strides in public transit.

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Letters

The plot thickens in the Mueller probe

A sprawling indictment against 13 Russians and three companies has raised the heat under the Trump administration.

Opinion | Jack Thomas

With the nation in turmoil after Watergate, Billy Graham sat down for an interview with the Globe

The evangelical minister spoke about past mistakes and changing views on the Bible.

DANTE RAMOS

The price we pay for liveability

Past generations knew it was their duty to improve the landscape, but we treat tomorrow’s green infrastructure like an optional frill.

Renée Graham

The kids are all out of patience

For the first time following a mass shooting, Republicans aren’t being allowed to hide behind their ready stack of thoughts and prayers.

From Globe Ideas

Ideas | Craig Fehrman

How factories built nations and lifestyles

This new book traces the rise of factories, especially the biggest ones, and how they made our lifestyles possible.

Brainiac

Ethical Dilemma: When is it wrong to compete in the Olympics?

Cheap trick, or legit competition?

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