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My school's lockdown drills, active shooter training are security theater. Yours are, too.

Maybe the psychological stress that lockdowns and active shooter drills have on students would be worth it if they actually worked — but they don't.

 

2020: Joe Biden isn't too moderate, Democrats are too radical. Trump may be best option.

Too many Democrats would rather reopen the wounds of yesterday than promote policies that strengthen the black community of tomorrow.

 

Justin Amash is a real Republican whose call for Trump impeachment matters: Conservative

Loyalty to one man is no test of being Republican. Amash is a proven conservative who supports tax cuts, opposes spending and votes against abortion.

 

Natural gas and oil industry is a solid, long-term investment

Energy future will be defined by the relationship between fossil fuels and renewable power like wind and solar, says the American Petroleum Institute.

 

Donald Trump is a big booster of fossil fuels, so why are their stocks slipping?

With carbon dioxide at a record 48% over preindustrial levels, the public and investors grow increasingly worried about climate change: Our view

 

Trump's Republican allies must respond to Justin Amash's impeachment call: Today's talker

Few of Amash's critics addressed the substance of his argument for impeaching Trump. In fact, it isn't clear if they have even read Mueller's report.

 

Noah describes new Ben Carson housing initiative — a cookie you can live in

The upside of Ben Carson's appearance before the House Financial Services Committee? The comics tell us in Best of Late Night.

 

Noah describes new Ben Carson housing initiative — a cookie you can live in

The upside of Ben Carson's appearance before the House Financial Services Committee? The comics tell us in Best of Late Night.

 

We need news to use about climate. Give us a daily carbon dioxide count with the weather.

What’s the story? It's that the world is in jeopardy every day. Journalism that ducks the climate emergency withers into a distraction machine.

 

My teens don't use social media, but even they can't escape the pressure of perfectionism

My teenagers face a constant stream of information and a culture encouraging them to never unplug. No wonder our kids are under pressure.

 

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