It’s not just Kellyanne: How news organizations inadvertently spread “alternative facts”
The way they construct stories makes it likely that readers will believe things that aren’t true
5 Things Buyers And Sellers Need To Know About Foundation Repair
If you suspect the home you’re buying or selling needs foundation repair, find out how to spot the most serious problems — and what actions you should take.
How to Stock the Pharmacy with Housing
Guest Post by Megan Sandel, MD MPH and Andrew Hyatt Sometimes as a doctor who cares about housing, I feel lonely. As physicians, we are trained to diagnose and treat the sources of disease, not just the symptoms. When I see a kid struggling to breath, I often think the asthma attack is the symptom, …
How would you narrow the 2020 Democratic field?
The party’s voters have no shortage of choices as the presidential primary gets underway.
Why should taxpayers subsidize Joe Arpaio’s legal defense?
A shadowy police nonprofit is soliciting tax-exempt donations to pay the ex-sheriff's legal bills. Should that be legal?
Anti-Semitism is not just another opinion. The New York Times should know better.
Alice Walker’s appalling book choice in an interview should have raised a red flag.
She was pregnant and broke. She signed up for uber — and fell into debt.
Maya Warren’s story is the plight of many working-class moms in America.
Mega Millions Lottery tickets will go from $1 to $2
The last remaining multi-state Lottery game where you can get a ticket for a dollar will be no more after October. Tickets for Mega Millions will at the end of October go from $1 to $2, although Lo…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Should The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Watchdog Have More Authority? The Debate Continues.
After a failed attempt to convince the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors to put the inspector general’s office under his control, Sheriff Scott Jones has put a second draft of the idea before the board.