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MassFiscal: Preaching transparency, practicing hypocrisy

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Adoptees have a right to access their identity

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OPINION | ALEX BEAM -- Mercury is in retrograde; take cover -- Three or four times a year, the planet Mercury appears to be moving "backward" — east to west, instead to west to east — across earth's Earth's horizon. Astronomers call this Mercury in retrograde, and astrologers call it "Watch out!''

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OPINION | Renée Graham -- For Haley, it's Team Nikki all the way

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OPINION | SCOT LEHIGH -- Daniel Ellsberg, the original whistle-blower, looks back — and forward

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Editorial Cartoon | Dan Wasserman -- The latest Trump defense

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OPINION | Thomas E. Patterson -- The marketplace of delusion

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OPINION | JOAN VENNOCHI -- After Taylor and Kent, more truth-tellers are needed

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OPINION | MICHAEL A. COHEN -- The courage of the whistle-blower

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EDITORIAL -- House hearings show foreign policy gone wrong -- Last week, nonpartisan career diplomats painted a picture of a president who puts personal gain over American interests.

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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."

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How smart is Donald Trump?

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A choice of evils

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Rethinking resilience -- A Nov. 10 Ideas piece on overuse of the word "resilience" has readers thinking of the value of the term.

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Kennedy's absence at climate forum puts Markey's record in bold relief -- "How will Kennedy defend his no-show status to the millions of young activists who attended climate marches and rallies around the world this fall?"

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Indeed there should be a law against urging someone to commit suicide -- "This is not about legislating kindness. It's about abating cruelty."

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Crowded Democratic field looking to gain some traction, any traction -- Readers have a wide range of takes on the newly crowded Democratic race for the presidency.

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Battle lines drawn as hearings begin -- Readers react to the first day of impeachment hearings.

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Will Texas execute an innocent man? -- Rodney Reed, whose case has won national attention, has a reprieve - for now.

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The Buttigieg Option -- Mayor Pete isn't the first Democratic candidate for president who's tried to wedge himself between the party's moderate and liberal wings. But he's the first one to get traction.

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Are hate crimes up or down? The government has no idea -- Does the FBI's annual report on hate-crime statistics actually tell us anything reliable about hate crimes in America?

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Though ubiquitous, toilets aren't available to everyone, and that should change -- Access to toilets is not just a problem in the developing world, but also right here in the US. Some activists are working to create restroom access for all, but it turns out the problem is not so simple to solve.

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How a baby's cry can predict autism -- Early interventions can make a difference for autistic kids. And new science may allow us to intervene in infancy.

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Meet the Editorial Board -- A guide explaining the various features of the opinion pages as well as staff contact information.

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Send a letter to the Editor -- Letters should be written exclusively to the Globe and include name, address, and daytime telephone number. They should be 200 words or fewer. All are subject to editing.

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