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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

Abrogating ABM Treaty shows politics as usual

Abrogating ABM Treaty shows politics as usual
By Luke Warren
December 19, 2001

After Sept.

Bush plays Scrooge to our nation's schoolchildren

Bush plays Scrooge to our nation's schoolchildren
By Barbara Miner
December 18, 2001

President Bush is playing Scrooge to our nation's schoolchildren.

Video games perpetuate racial and gender stereotypes

Video games perpetuate racial and gender stereotypes
By Akilah Monifa
December 18, 2001

With Christmas right around the corner, many children have video games on their wish lists.

This Christmas, let's not forget those without adequate food and shelter

This Christmas, let's not forget those without adequate food and shelter
By Sarah Turner
December 18, 2001

This Christmas, we should not forget the many mothers and children who will not be able to find adequate food and shelter.

Last year, the demand for emergency food and shelter assistance grew to the highest level in more than a decade.

Access to food should be made a global human right

Access to food should be made a global human right
By S. Gopikrishna
December 17, 2001

As we sit down to celebrate our holiday feasts this year, we need to remember that in many developing countries, millions starve.

More than 800 million people faced death from starvation in 1996, according to the U.N.