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Enduring belief in the two-state solution as a path to peace

Jewish settlers (left) and a Palestinian family (right) watched as Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in the street below in the Arab quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday.

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There’s no other option: A two-state solution is still necessary.

JOAN VENNOCHI

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Shelby’s comments about Moore were courageous. But what happens if Moore is elected?

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Massachusetts appears to be the only state that sends some of its civilly committed patients to a jail-like setting.

Opinion | Richard North Patterson

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For Republican ideologues and cynics, reverse discrimination in admissions is a politically potent myth.

Michael A. Cohen

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The network is trying to cajole and convince the president — a dedicated Fox watcher — to fire Robert Mueller.

Opinion | Margery Eagan

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Paula Cobia is defending Moore’s accusers — women with no power, now facing staggering power far beyond Alabama’s borders.

Opinion | Niall Ferguson

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Even if it does, there are at least three other uses for the new financial technology that will persist.

A lighter take | Debra A. Klein

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The real potential of UMass Boston can’t be harnessed without vision from the top.

Alex Beam

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The the Golden Age of Rebranding, the brand of men has cratered.

Renée Graham

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Five years after Sandy Hook, the GOP is hard at work weakening gun laws.

EDITORIAL

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While disruption in family schedules is difficult, the rearranged school times promise educational benefits.

An installation at the Hemlock Hospice at Harvard Forest in Petersham.

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Hemlock Hospice is an elegy for the dying New England hemlock forest

The project is part sculpture, part pedagogy, and part citizen science.

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Prison is no place to cure the opioid epidemic

Massachusetts appears to be the only state that sends some of its civilly committed patients to a jail-like setting.

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Trump plays the race card yet again by targeting affirmative action on campus

For Republican ideologues and cynics, reverse discrimination in admissions is a politically potent myth.

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Throwing shade on the idea of a bright side to climate change

Readers were unwilling to embrace the gains that Jeff Jacoby argues would come about through global warming.

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How much longer must we wait for West Station?

“It is a slam-dunk to put a light rail system between Allston and Cambridge. The tracks already exist.”

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