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March 29, 2012

Sensible response to Iran and its nuclear ambitions means understanding the science behind the sanctions.

March 15, 2012

I wind my way down through the spandrels and tendons of the Upper West Side, one Sunday morning. I bank east through Central Park, seeing almost no one. The streets […]

February 7, 2012

The case for legalizing medicinal marijuana

December 29, 2011

The top sex stories of 2011

December 15, 2011

Obama’s Plan B decision and the ensuing controversy

December 8, 2011

Is the ban on gay blood donation health-conscious or homophobic?

March 8, 2011

Scientists combat the charge of ideological bias

November 17, 2010

To move forward on climate change, the illusory boundary between science and politics must come down

November 9, 2010

Overfishing has led Indian fisheries to rely on less marketable species for profit — a practice that could have severe ecological consequences

October 27, 2010

How hidden biases influence our vote

April 28, 2010

Houses once used as meth labs dot the country and pose health risks to their future residents

April 23, 2010

New laws aimed at increasing the quality of life for New York City's horses threaten the future of Brooklyn's last stable.

January 26, 2009

On Monday, President Barack Obama followed through on a campaign promise to begin tightening standards for the automotive industry. He signed a memorandum instructing the Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider […]

November 20, 2008

Public transit systems across the country received a long overdue boost from this historic election season. Voters signaled their willingness to invest in mass transit, despite the economic downturn, suggesting […]

November 3, 2008

Tomorrow, November 4th, is the moment of truth when the American people will elect either John McCain or Barack Obama to the most powerful office in the United States, and […]


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