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    Tuesday, August 09, 2022
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    Tuesday, August 09, 2022
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    With two shots from a homemade firearm, a disturbed individual cut down Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, Shinzo Abe, as he campaigned for his political party ahead...
    College isn’t what it used to be, that’s for sure. Although long-ignored voices of people of color are finally more likely to be heard, college is overall less welcoming ...
    It has been an important year for the memory and impact of Emmett Till’s life and terrible death. That alone shows how slow justice can be for people of color in America....
    There is no missing the fact that troubles have proliferated in many aspects of American society, nor that the country has entered an uncharted era. Anxiety and anger ove...
    The Supreme Court's ruling last week that the Environmental Protection Agency lacks broad authority to issue stringent regulations on power plants is about far more than ...

    COLUMNS

    John Lennon once wrote a song called “Imagine.” The essence of his words is about the possibility of all people living life in peace. He asks people to join up and the w...
    I think I have mentioned that there are certain things I have never baked or cooked. I have never made a soufflé, even though I do understand how to gently incorporate t...
    The recent shootings of two people in broad daylight in the heart of the city's business district reminds us that gun violence can occur anywhere. All too often, we read...

    OP-ED

    Back in the day, his FBI file dubbed him "an arrogant Negro." But then, people often mistook principle for arrogance whenever African Americans insisted on justice. Somet...
    How much has Donald Trump changed the Republican Party in Connecticut? Tuesday may supply the answer. In the Tuesday primary, Republican voters will be selecting the can...
    As much as I call myself a zealot for free speech, I also find it prudent sometimes to remember the value of not speaking. Or, at least, in pursuit of reasoned discourse ...