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December 16, 2021
Reparations and the fight for racial justice across the country
January political cartoon gallery from the USA TODAY Network
January 27, 2022
A collection of cartoons on President Biden, climate change, abortion, immigration and more.
THE EDITORIAL BOARD: Meet the members of USA TODAY's board
January 05, 2022
Meet our members. We operate by consensus and reach opinions independently from any other part of USA TODAY or its parent company, Gannett.
Faces, victims, issues and debates surrounding qualified immunity: A USA TODAY Opinion series
January 18, 2022
Qualified immunity in depth: Most people believe they can sue if their constitutional rights are violated. But in many cases officials are protected.
Putin plans to crush liberty in Ukraine. Free World must unite to stop him.
January 27, 2022
Russia has engaged in countless atrocities as part of Putin's legacy. The free world cannot sit back and let him continue to beat the drums of war.
I would wear Minnie Mouse's new pantsuit. But maybe that's not the point.
January 27, 2022
A good feminist, cartoon rodent or otherwise, is always properly styled, whether in a polka dot mini dress or fit pantsuit.
Biden must honor his commitment to appoint a Black woman to the Supreme Court
January 27, 2022
Justice Thurgood Marshall took his seat on the court at the height of the civil rights movement. Now is the time for a Black woman to take her seat.
Who screwed up COVID-19 testing? Blame Trump, Biden and our health care bureaucracy.
January 27, 2022
Under Donald Trump, the CDC sent out poorly designed, contaminated tests that recorded false readings. Under Joe Biden, testing is still in shambles.
Virginia parents can opt out of mask mandates. But my kids' school barred the door to them.
January 27, 2022
Children have lost almost two years of normal childhood because of our response to COVID-19. We shouldn't require them to sacrifice anymore.
Alexander Vindman: US can stop the horror of a Putin war in Ukraine. But time is running out.
January 26, 2022
Vladimir Putin is an aggressive thinker, but he is not irrational. He will take all he can as long as the cost is bearable. We must try to deter him.
Justice Breyer's retirement sets Supreme Court up for even more political theater
January 26, 2022
The coming months will be focused on replacing him, replete with all the hypocrisy we have come to expect and further sullying the court's reputation.
Drum majors for change: Civil rights leaders of 1961 teach us to confront injustice
December 31, 2021
Drum majors for change: What civil rights leaders of 1961 can teach us about confronting injustice in 2021.
Why are Americans confused about COVID? Blame it on poor communication.
January 26, 2022
CDC chief Rochelle Walensky seeks professional coaching, but public needs more than sleek image. Not hyping threats or demonizing skeptics is a start.
Peloton wasn't thrilled to see its spin bike in 'Billions' premiere. The show is likely safe on trademark grounds.
January 26, 2022
If you are using a product exactly as it is supposed to be used, you'll likely be OK, legally, to write it into the script and proceed.
Goldie Hawn: COVID trauma is hurting a generation of kids. We've failed them as a nation.
January 26, 2022
We will survive the COVID pandemic, but I'm not sure we can survive an entire generation whose collective trauma sends them hobbling into adulthood.
'Ozark' and 'Yellowstone' are about awful people. That's not my kind of COVID escapism.
January 25, 2022
I can't make myself care about mean or evil TV characters. Detectives and feminists have provided my most reliable escapes from COVID and Trump.
Isolating from a world filled with omicron makes less and less sense
January 25, 2022
Coronavirus variant omicron is much less likely to put you in the hospital, especially if you recently had COVID-19 or are vaccinated and boosted.
A rookie cop mistook my sons for gang members and searched them at gunpoint. Where's our justice?
January 25, 2022
I want my kids to live in a world where people with guns and power are held to the same standards as the rest of society.
COVID-19 has shown sustainable financing of WHO is needed to deliver health for all
January 25, 2022
The funding problems of the WHO have been happening for decades, and desmonstrate an overall failure to invest sufficiently in global public health.
Final 'Jeopardy!' answer is 'Who is Amy Schneider'? The category? Champions, of course.
January 26, 2022
Her historic run had seemingly everyone on #teamAmy. It also raised questions about trans life.
Why Americans should care about Russian aggression against Ukraine
January 24, 2022
Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark says Russia wants to "crush independent states ... and make them satellite states."
My year as a subsistence farmer: The COVID-19 supply chain crisis reached even me
January 24, 2022
A midlife crisis, rather than fear of an unreliable supply chain, drove me to the challenge. But self-sufficiency is more complicated than it looks.
Jan. 6 investigators are turning up the heat on the Trumps. GOP should run.
January 26, 2022
Even if Donald Trump is banned from running for office again, real democracy demands more.
Joe Biden has had a rocky year in office. But, folks, this is only the first quarter.
January 23, 2022
In the end, presidents are graded not on how they start but how they finish. But with inflation raging, what comes next is uncertain.
Youth mental health: My young clients build a coping tool box. It's a simple way to help.
January 23, 2022
Mental health is declining in the pandemic, and young children are showing clear signs of illness. A simple toolbox can help relieve stress.
I am done with masks. We've been idiotic about them since the beginning.
January 24, 2022
No resource, not even masks, is more vital to public health than the credibility of leaders who in a crisis must ask people to do unpopular things.
We marched for life. And for the true equality of women.
January 22, 2022
Roe v. Wade has destroyed women and unborn children. It is time to recognize that human rights begin in the womb.
COVID-19 mandates for SEALs fall apart, MLK's lawyers, abortion: Our top premium columns
January 22, 2022
From the Navy SEALs' vaccine exemptions and the Democratic party to mental health and abortion, here are some top premium columns you may have missed.
The 49th anniversary for Roe V. Wade could be its last unless you take action
January 22, 2022
Some states are poised to enact draconian bans on abortion if Roe v. Wade is overturned. It's time to take legislative action to protect access to abortion.
'Devastation is unreal': What life is like when a loved one dies of COVID and some still doubt
September 21, 2021
There is grief. With COVID, there also are those who doubt, and worse, those who are cruel. Since Lewis Dunlap's death, his family has met them all.
Jan. 6 insurrection cartoon gallery
January 06, 2022
A collection of cartoons on the failed Jan. 6 insurrection from USA TODAY Network cartoonists. Featured News
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