Violence is not a consequence of mental illness

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When the going gets tough, D.C. stays home

We are embarrassed and enraged that Fairfax County again has closed its public schools. Does another place in the United States, or any cold-weather nation, deprive its students of school because of the weather? What is the economic cost of thousands of parents being forced to...

Rep. Moran will be a tough act to follow

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A view of our (non-existent) privacy future

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Gov. Kasich meets supporters in Findlay

Gov. John Kasich stopped to meet supporters at Coffee Amici in Findlay today. “I’m not here to speak, I’m here to hang out,” Kasich said upon entering the coffee shop. Although Kasich’s visit was just an informal stop, he did manage to get a few words in about Ohio’s economy and...

Let’s turn the State of the Union into a presidential Q&A

Lawrence J. Korb is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and an adjunct professor of security studies at Georgetown University. Doug Brooks is president emeritus of the International Stability Operations Association and serves on the board of directors of the...

A joint lesson about pain

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER In an effort to make Fostoria residents more aware of the causes, symptoms and effective actions of reducing specific joint pains, ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital offered an Eat with an Expert Lunch N’ Learn session Wednesday at the...
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Gary Locke’s successful tenure in Beijing

Regarding the Jan. 21 news article “For U.S. envoy in Beijing, legacy lies in numbers”: Traditional diplomacy honors traditional accomplishments: meetings with the powerful and speculative effects on policy. Perhaps it is time to trade these soft-edged accomplishments for the...
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Review: ‘The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover’s Secret FBI’ by Betty Medsger

On Saturday morning, March 6, 1971, Haverford College physics professor Bill Davidon and two fellow anti-Vietnam-War activists were welcomed to the White House for a 75-minute conversation with President Richard Nixon’s national security adviser, Henry Kissinger. The...
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Book review: ‘The Answer to the Riddle Is Me’ by David Stuart MacLean

Lisa Bonos is Outlook’s assistant editor. David Stuart MacLean‘s troubles began about a decade ago on a train platform in India. “I have no idea who I am,” the 28-year-old MacLean said to a police officer. He couldn’t recall his name or even what country he was...