Opinion | Laura Perille

Why I won’t be the next Boston schools superintendent

Interim schools superintendent Laura Perille with student Yenny Arango at the Samuel Adams Elementary School in East Boston on Sept. 9.

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“Making a meaningful contribution to BPS is well worth having the word ‘interim’ on my nameplate,” the current interim school superintendent says in today’s Globe Opinion section.

Opinion | Aly Raisman

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Child sexual abuse isn’t a kid problem, it’s an adult problem.

Editorial

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The Trump administration is callously and purposely imposing an undue amount of suffering on already traumatized minors.

JOAN VENNOCHI

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New DNA evidence proves Elizabeth Warren’s Native American heritage. But it won’t be enough stop the sexist attacks from the GOP.

Opinion | Michael A. Cohen

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Racist remarks have become the soundtrack of our current political moment, uttered with little fear of serious political consequences.

Opinion | Steven A. Tolman

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National Grid would rather break a union and make more money than ensure that Massachusetts can safely restore gas service.

Editorial

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Voters must come to come to grips with the fact that the nation’s current governing party has stuck its head in the sand with regard to climate change.

Opinion | Niall Ferguson

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Twenty-seven journalists have been murdered this year. Why is Jamal Khashoggi the only one making front-page news?

Opinion | Margery Eagan

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/10/11/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/fd3bd5a68e744e5594c2b44d3c96bbea-2df4d2076323467383dad78500080a45-1.jpg The myth of ‘false accusations’ of sexual assault

Assertions about false accuastions of sexual assault are rarely true.

Alex Beam

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There’s now a “Jacob glut.” But why?

JOAN WICKERSHAM

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A chance encounter with the family pediatrician brings back a lifetime of memories.

Dan Wasserman

Donald Trump’s turn for a DNA test

In the latest cartoon by Dan Wasserman, Trump follows Elizabeth Warren’s lead and takes a DNA test of his own.

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JEFF JACOBY

Elizabeth Warren, typical white person

Whether you love Warren or loathe her should depend on her ideas and ideals, her deeds and words — not on her genetic ancestry.

Opinion | Laura Perille

Why I won’t be the next Boston schools superintendent

“Making a meaningful contribution to BPS is well worth having the word ‘interim’ on my nameplate,” the current interim school superintendent says in today’s Globe Opinion section.

Letters

Outcry over bid to restrict protests in D.C.

The Trump administration is considering restrictions on protests in public spaces in Washington.

Letters

In reform of Supreme Court, raise the bar for Senate confirmation

“The need for a supermajority vote might well induce future presidents to tack to the center rather than to the extremes.”

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Recent medical advances are revolutionizing HIV treatment. To make the most of them, researchers have an unexpected ally.

Ideas | Kelly Kasulis

CEO hubris costs millions

Overconfidence among America’s business leaders is a growing problem, according to a recent study.

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