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TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST

10 days ago

Michael P. Jeffries -- A protest 'is the language of the unheard'

1 day ago

EDITORIAL -- The taxpaying workers in Massachusetts who still need coronavirus cash relief

12 hours ago

LETTERS - Postcards from the pandemic - Pet parrot, piano progress, the end of the beard — an update on how Globe readers are coping

21 hours ago

Josh Bernoff -- Should Twitter censure presidential tweets?

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Diane Hessan -- Disillusioned Trump voters — up for grabs

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CHRISTOPHER WEYANT -- We are still separate and unequal

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Globe Op-Talks - Conversations with the experts writing thought-provoking Globe Opinion op-eds and Ideas features.

8 days ago

MICHAEL A. COHEN -- America needs a path forward — but we don't have a president who can point the way

13 hours ago

LETTERS -- In virtual space, students slip through Boston schools' fingers

14 hours ago

LETTERS -- Pandemic throws a wrench into clean energy effort

1 day ago

Joan Wickersham -- Birdwatching with 20-20 hindsight

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LETTERS -- Bikes are a better form of mass transit

6 days ago

Marty Meehan -- Research universities can help solve the coronavirus crisis

1 day ago

LETTERS -- Questions loom as colleges look to reopen in the fall

2 days ago

EDITORIAL -- Trump hijacks the debate over Internet law

1 day ago

EDITORIAL -- In the midst of a crisis, China moves to crush Hong Kong's autonomy

3 days ago

IDEAS | KEVIN LEWIS -- Social Studies: Pandemic insurance, ride-share bias, and blue-collar eyes

1 day ago

RENÉE GRAHAM -- On Blackness and belonging in America

1 day ago

RENÉE GRAHAM -- A Memorial Day steeped in death, enveloped in grief

8 days ago

The coronavirus is crushing working people. It's time for Congress to act. -- In the coming weeks and months, Congress must work not only to get vulnerable workers through the pandemic, but also to put them on more solid footing in the long term.

1 day ago

End the political convention as we know it -- The parties don't need mass televised gatherings, whether or not there's a pandemic. They need to reconnect with the American people.

1 day ago

In framing of crime story, victim is just a costar -- "Any headline will have its faults, but one that constructs the story around the alleged perpetrator does a disservice to the memory of and justice for the victim."

1 day ago

The simplest of requests: to wear a mask -- As states open up and crowds gather, readers hold fast to the importance of safe distancing.

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10 days ago

Choosing, using, and losing your health care: A policy first-aid kit -- In a four-part weekly series, Globe Opinion offers a baseline assessment of health care as well as prescriptions for fixing the industry.

2 months ago

Legal Lens documentaries -- Law and documentary film may seem far apart, but they actually share many connections. With the guidance of filmmaker and producer Joseph Tovares and support from the Hewlett Foundation, 12 Harvard Law School students from eight countries have worked since January on the Legal Lens project. You can view the films here on BostonGlobe.com.

2 months ago

Journalists are not the enemy -- A central pillar of President Trump's politics is a sustained assault on the free press. Journalists are not classified as fellow Americans, but rather "the enemy of the people."

2 months ago