Hundreds of people in Boston’s neighborhoods of color are disproportionately stopped by the police for marijuana, writes Carol Rose, while their white suburban neighbors who consume at the same rate do so without concern.
Watching Donald Trump, with his egocentric dominance and nonchalant talk of sexual violence, writes Katie Koppel, doesn't resurface conscious memories of my own sexual assault six years ago; it triggers my body to re-experience parts of it.
We strongly support the animal welfare objectives of Question 3, write William A. Masters and Jennifer Hashley, but the more we learn about the measure, the more harmful we find its unintended consequences are likely to be.
July 1 is the traditional start date for medical residency programs across the country. First-year resident Jasleen Salwan warns of an epidemic of depression and suicide among trainees that will persist unless hospitals reform their work culture.