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Chemical regulation bill addresses big health threat

By Ruth Marcus / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – Today’s topic is toxic substances and the appalling gaps in the current law that is supposed to protect the public from dangerous chemicals.

Hero Mom deserves our praise

By Ruben Navarrette / Syndicated Columnist

SAN DIEGO – Toya Graham has earned one heck of a Mother’s Day present.

A tupelo, also called black gum, shown in glorious fall color, will grow in any type soil. Buy trees no bigger than a 5-gallon; bigger ones often do poorly whereas small ones take off. (Courtesy of Dick Rifkind)

How to choose just the right tree for you

By Dick Rifkind / For the Journal

A treeaholic like me can write volumes about trees, but the best I can do here is try to steer you away from mistakes.

PBS series might distort history, but does it brilliantly

By Charles Krauthammer / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – “Wolf Hall,” the Man Booker Prize-winning historical novel about the court of Henry VIII – and most dramatically, the conflict between Thomas Cromwell and Sir Thomas More – is now a TV series on PBS.

What will put an end to the cycle of violence?

By Diane Dimond / Crime and Justice

With enough blame to go around, it’s time to take responsibility, to stop running and stop shooting

Women’s peace group turns 100

By Amy Goodman / Syndicated Columnist

THE HAGUE, Netherlands – One hundred years ago, more than 1,000 women gathered here in The Hague during World War I, demanding peace.

‘Sabado Gigante’ to end 53-year run

By Esther J. Cepeda / Syndicated Columnist

Cringeworthy show a fixture in Hispanic households, despite its treatment of women

Clicking from brake needs to be diagnosed

By Tom and Ray Magliozzi / Syndicated columnists

DEAR CAR TALK: I drive a 2001 GMC Jimmy with about 230,000 miles on it.