Partisan Hypocrisy on Diplomacy Undermines Strategic Foreign Policy

Deepening Community Police Ties Helps To Counter Terrorism in the Sahel

Partisan Gerrymandering: Court Kicks Both Cases Down the Road

Serving the American People: A State By State Look

Viewpoints: Put Alzheimer’s Funding On Par With AIDS Or Cancer Research; Take Care Of Children On The Border

Perspectives: Stop China From Spreading Fentanyl Into The U.S.

State Highlights: States May Require Schools To Add Mental Health Education To Curriculum; Iowa To Allow Patients To Sue Surgeons Over Inexperience

Texas Heart Transplant Center Reopens For Business Following Internal Review Of Deaths

California Seeks To Clear Coffee Of Cancer Risk Warnings Despite Presence Of Dangerous Chemical

Appeals Court Puts California’s Aid-In-Dying Law Temporarily Back In Effect

Ultrasonic Signals Are Everywhere, But U.S. Diplomats’ Mysterious Illness Has Experts Reevaluating Their Side Effects

Father’s Day Shines Spotlight On Chronic Public Health Issue In U.S.

A Few Missed Doses Of Testosterone End In Happy Accident For Transgender Man

Like Facebook But For Extended Family: How Genetic Testing Companies Are Turning Into Social Network Sites

Comparing Countries’ Tariff Levels

First Edition: June 18, 2018

Unwieldy Health Costs Often Stand Between Teachers And Fatter Paychecks

Cheering for the World Cup at Home and Abroad

On the Impossibility of the Ultimate Climate Catasrophe

Postcard From D.C. Courthouse: Medicaid Work Requirements And Manafort

Will Tariffs Consume the Tax Reform Benefits U.S. Manufacturers Were Expecting?

Will Tariffs Consume the Tax Reform Benefits U.S. Manufacturers Were Expecting?

Some Doubts about Hate Speech

Some Doubts about Hate Speech

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

This Week at State: June 15, 2018

President Trump’s Curious Obsession with Crime

President Trump’s Curious Obsession with Crime

President Trump’s Curious Obsession with Crime

Tariff Fatigue

Tariff Fatigue

Tariff Fatigue

Viewpoints: During Opioid Crisis, Also Develop Treatments For Family Mental Trauma; Wrong Time To Legalize Marijuana At Federal Level

Different Takes: Lawsuit Against Pre-Existing Conditions Is Flawed; Thumbs Up For Not Defending Health Law

Research Roundup: Medicaid; Infections; And Medicare

State Highlights: Former USC Gynecologist’s House Raided; Six States Warned About Potential Hep A Outbreak

Vitamin D May Play Protective Role Against Colorectal Cancer

These Days It’s Easy To Share Your DNA Data Online — But Erasing It Is A Whole Lot Harder

Texas Abortion Clinics Challenge Dozens Of ‘Restrictive’ Abortion Laws, Some Created 20 Years Ago

First Generic Under-The-Tongue Film For Treating Opioid Addiction Approved

Legal Prescriptions Getting Caught In Dragnet As FDA Tries To Catch Opioids Flooding In Through International Mail

Red States Warming Up To Medicaid Expansion With Promises Of Work Requirements

Eid Mubarak: Celebrating With Our Friends and Partners Around the World

First Edition: June 15, 2018

As Medicaid Costs Soar, States Try A New Approach

In New Hampshire, Even Mothers In Treatment For Opioids Struggle To Keep Children

Some Good—Mixed with Much Bad—in GOP Immigration Deal

I Will Bet Drew Altman $100 that ObamaCare’s Preexisting Conditions Are Unpopular

A “Significant” Goof in Nature Climate Change?

Most Texans Want State To Expand Medicaid And Help Poor Get Health Care

Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ California Here We Come

Did Minnesota Lose Their Free Speech Case at Oral Argument?

U.S. Embassy Photo Contest Showcases Beauty and Culture of Iraq

On the U.S. Army’s Birthday, Celebrating The Diplomatic Couriers’ Roots Laid by Soldiers

If You’re Minnesota Nice, You Can Wear Whatever You Want to the Polls

From Fedspeak to “Plain English”

Viewpoints: Lessons Learned From A Mother’s Suicide

Perspectives: Heed Warning Signs About Dire Implications For Medicare

Different Takes: Supreme Court, American Voters Will Get Their Say On Trump’s Hostility To Health Law

Longer Looks: Being Black In America, A Tale Of Two Epidemics & Designing Babies

State Highlights: University Of California Nabs Two Patents In Epic Battle Over CRISPR Technology; Illinois Welfare Officials Called To Explain Children Being Stuck In Psychiatric Hospitals

Puerto Rico Releases Data Showing Higher Hurricane Maria Death Toll

Texans Want State Leaders To Lower Health Care Costs, Consider Expanding Medicaid, Poll Finds

Relatively Flat Growth In Medical Costs Is Steady Yet Unsustainable For Consumers

This Scientist’s ‘Reason To Live’? Helping Others Fight The Disease That Has Ravaged His Body

The Paper Touting Benefits Of Mediterranean Diet Was Just Retracted. But That Doesn’t Mean It Was Wrong.

First Edition: June 14, 2018

5 Things To Know About Medicaid Work Requirements

That ‘Living Will’ You Signed? At The ER, It Could Be Open To Interpretation.

Puerto Rico’s Water System Stutters Back To Normal

Time for Diplomacy, Not War, in Yemen

Viewpoints: Conservatives’ Harmful Abortion Policies Threaten Health Care; Without Pediatricians, Children Get Substandard Care

Perspectives: FDA Needs To Demand More From The Drugs It Approves

Despite All The Talk About Cutting Drug Costs, Triple-Digit Spikes In Prices Are Still Around

State Highlights: Patients ‘Left In Dark’ As Texas Heart Transplant Center Reviewed; More Details On Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Death Toll Released

Vaccination Exemptions For Kids Are Causing Pockets Of Vulnerability To Spread Across U.S.

Despite Progress Made Against HIV, These Three Very Different Communities Show The Fight Isn’t Over

More Than One-Third Of Americans Take A Medication That Has Depression As Potential Side Effect

AMA Adopts Nearly A Dozen Gun-Related Proposals After Strong Outcry From Doctors

‘It’s Everyday Put-Downs, And Exclusions, And Belittlings’: Widespread Sexual Harassment Found In Academic Science

Judge Rules Missouri’s Restriction On Medication Abortion Can Stand, Denying Planned Parenthood Request

Purdue And The OxyContin Files

How America Got Hooked On A Deadly Drug

First Edition: June 13, 2018

First Edition: June 13, 2018

Medicare Takes Aim At Boomerang Hospitalizations Of Nursing Home Patients

Medicare Takes Aim At Boomerang Hospitalizations Of Nursing Home Patients

When Erratic Teenage Behavior Means Something More

When Erratic Teenage Behavior Means Something More

Look-Up: Compare Nursing Homes’ Track Records On Boomerang Hospitalizations

Two Routes Out Of A Nursing Home: Safely Home Or Back To The Hospital

Openings in the Front in the Campaign Against Qualified Immunity

Working Toward a Future Without Child Labor

Another Confusing Federal Report on Immigrant Incarceration

Comparing Pathways to Status & Citizenship Under House Bills

Price Level Targeting: A Step in the Right Direction

Viewpoints: One Quick Solution Can Save Lives During Opioid Epidemic

Viewpoints: One Quick Solution Can Save Lives During Opioid Epidemic

Parsing Policies: Health Law Gutting Continues With Latest Move On Pre-Existing Conditions; Verdict Still Out On Measure To Improve Care For Veterans

Parsing Policies: Health Law Gutting Continues With Latest Move On Pre-Existing Conditions; Verdict Still Out On Measure To Improve Care For Veterans