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WASHINGTON — What is striking about the latest bouts of financial turmoil — the recent wild swings in global stock and bond markets — is that they provide a sobering reminder of the potential hazards of economic instability. There are parallels between the present tumultuous situation and pa…

To the editor — Safe Yakima Valley has had an amazing 2019! It has mentored 25 young women in careers in law and justice, sponsored four drug take-back boxes, 1,500 take-back prescription enve…

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WASHINGTON — What is striking about the latest bouts of financial turmoil — the recent wild swings in global stock and bond markets — is that they provide a sobering reminder of the potential hazards of economic instability. There are parallels between the present tumultuous situation and past episodes of economic disruption, including the Great Depression of the 1930s.

CHICAGO — If you know a teen — a relative, a family friend or even just the kid behind the counter at your local pizza joint — give them a gift today: Look them straight in the eye and assure them that everything is going to be OK.

WASHINGTON — One of the everlasting social forces in directing human behavior — shame — has become part of the 2020 presidential race.

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