We have a cat-itude problem

The news that free-roaming cats are responsible for killing up to 3.7 billion birds and 20.7 billion mammals every year — a death toll that makes cats a greater threat to wildlife than nearly any other human-linked cause — is enough to make any cat ... Continue Reading →

Washington playing with fiscal fire

Federal statisticians issued unexpectedly bad news Wednesday, saying the economy contracted in the last three months of 2012 — the first downturn since the recovery began in mid-2009. The sour numbers weren’t as bad as they seemed at first, yet they ... Continue Reading →

Affirmative action and the law: Does the Constitution bar voters from doing away with racial preferences?

As the Supreme Court mulls whether the U.S. Constitution prohibits state universities from taking race into account in admissions decisions, a federal appeals court has moved in a very different direction. It recently held that, far from forbidding affirmative ... Continue Reading →
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