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A British-born son of publicans, he became a bartender in New York, a saloonkeeper, an author of 18 books and a columnist and commentator.
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Can high taxes be good for business? You bet.
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The consequences of ignoring the condition can be severe, but the health system puts up barriers to treatment.
I know Karens are hard. As a member of Gen X, I grew up surrounded by them.
The lessons from Nixon and Clinton.
When my anxiety and insomnia returned, my therapist suggested a new form of treatment. The results challenged my inner skeptic.
Uncouth he may be, but he’s not unfamiliar.
Many patients with cognitive impairment have anxiety or depression, but standard treatments are difficult for people with memory issues.
There was a time in America when being called a socialist could end a political career. Not anymore.
After a bone marrow transplant, a man with leukemia found that his donor’s DNA traveled to unexpected parts of his body. A crime lab is now studying the case.
This is what I tell young people who press me for advice.
Don’t count on tech companies to keep online games and chat apps safe for children, experts warn. It’s all about “parental empowerment” and imposing limits.
The African-American novelist journeys to Ghana, once a hub of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, as the nation invites descendants of enslaved Africans to call it their “home.” But can you go home again?
Gullah people of Sea Islands. Leisurely but spellbinding mosaic.
We invited readers to stretch the traditional boundaries of a letter to the editor, in verse, song or some other form. Many couldn’t resist the urge to aim their wit at the president.