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Trump’s foreign policy populism is doomed to fail

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The president favors quick-fix gimmicks, but long-term progress is hard won through saving, investment, and vision.

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With the state’s health care bills rising at unsustainable rates, Baker’s fee — or something strongly resembling it — will be necessary to steady the state’s budget.

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What’s wrong with Zuckerberg running for president? At this point, government by ham sandwich seems like a pretty appetizing prospect.

Opinion | Eric H. Schultz

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For a Massachusetts resident, treatment of hepatitis C is cheaper in the Cayman Islands than at home.

Ideas | Bruce Cannon Gibney

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A selfish generation goes on a decades-long rampage, taking the country down with it.

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Ideas | Jon Mael

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Even when fans rationally grasp the risk to individual competitors, we can’t help but feel that hard hits enrich the spectacle.

DANTE RAMOS

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New shadows on Boston Common? Sorry, this just isn’t a problem.

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