Editorial: The return of bipartisanship?

The Senate has reached a compromise on an anti-human trafficking bill and the confirmation of President Obama's Attorney General nomination, Loretta Lynch.  This is some of the most promising news for compromise and progress in Congress in a long time.

Dugan: Private water, public crisis

Nestlé is essentially taking a precious resource that should belong to the greater California population, and selling it at a ridiculous mark-up from the cost at source. Their business model for their bottled water industry, at its bedrock, is to exploit a public resource.

Evanson: Part time mailman, full time patriot

You don't land a gyrocopter on the lawn of the White House and say something more profound than that event which took place. But this 61-year-old mailman did have something meaningful to say about campaign finance reform.

Brown: Blinded by the past

Given the ever-changing nature of global relations, taking a moment to reexamine our relationship with Cuba was a long time coming. It is not to say that the United State's tumultuous history with Cuba should be forgotten. It is only to say that relationships can change, and should be given the opportunity to change for the better.

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