JEFF JACOBY

For #NeverTrump and #NeverHillary voters, Libertarians are just the ticket

Former Governor of Massachusetts William F. Weld poses for a photograph in his office in New York Thursday May 19, 2016. (Tina Fineberg for The Boston Globe)

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William Weld disillusioned those of us who took his conservative promises to heart. I’d still vote for him.

SCOT LEHIGH

The twin tests Donald Trump presents

Donald Trump’s ascension is both a public-affairs exam for the American public and a Rorschach test for the chattering class.

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Editorial cartoons by Dan Wasserman

A look at the most recent illustrated viewpoints from Globe editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman.

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EDITORIAL

Healey, AGs step up on guns

Maura Healey and 13 other attorneys general call on Congress to untie the hands of public health researchers on gun violence.

EDITORIAL

Presidential stakes are high for nuclear arsenal

As we ponder Hiroshima, we have to ask ourselves: Do we want Donald Trump to have the nuclear launch codes?

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OPINION | DONALD M. BERWICK

Proper dental care should be a human right

We are failing to provide even basic dental health care to those who can least afford to pay for it themselves.

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OPINION | DERRICK Z. JACKSON

All-in for offshore wind

Massachusetts should mandate higher levels of offshore wind to spark a true industry.

Protestors hold up signs in protest of a visit by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Eugene, Ore. Friday, May 6, 2016. (AP Photo/Ryan Kang)

MICHAEL A. COHEN

Still panicked about Trump? Don’t be

The latest polls show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton running neck-and-neck, but don’t believe the hype.

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MICHAEL A. COHEN

Stand your ground against gun violence

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has a chance to make sure more Missouri residents don’t die from gun violence.

Opinion | Kim Darroch

Why the UK needs the EU

A vote to remain in the EU will ensure that a strong Britain, in a strong Europe, will benefit us all.

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Letters

Strong arm of political clout is well flexed when it supports working people

“We need Walsh, and all politicians, to do more to support labor unions and working-class people, not less.” — Alex Wallach Hanson

Letters

Computer system is a prescription for job dissatisfaction

“We cannot expect the computer to replace dedication, integrity, and the sense of responsibility inherent in health care.” — Dr. Michael Levin

Letters

A boon for billing, perhaps, if not for patient care

“Epic’s deficiencies in providing useful, up-to-date medical information have become well known in the medical community.” — Dr. Daniel Tarsy

Letters

Even when working, these systems can saddle patients with errors

“The fact that your doctor spends more time making eye contact with the computer screen than with you is not the only negative.” — Lois Ambash

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Ideas | John Martin

Paris, the French Open, and the art of tennis

This year, tennis has experienced a surge of interest from across the arts.

Brainiac

A surefire way to tell if your food has gone bad

Researchers in South Korea use a simple laser technique to assess the presence of bacteria on food.

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