There’s little argument most of us live healthier, longer lives thanks to scientific and technological advancement. But those advancements, like everything, have costs, and those costs are not always borne evenly.

If the previous Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles was too lenient in granting early release to inmates of the state’s overcrowded prisons, the current board seems to be erring in the opposite direction.

The New York Times on an attempted cover-up of past cheating by Russian athletes in global sporting events:

The Los Angeles Times on a plan that would have pulled flavored electronic cigarettes from the market:

The start of the holiday season is fast upon us. Christmas displays have made their way into retail stores, and the colorful decorations that mark the season will soon be visible everywhere.

The Opelika-Auburn News on a gag order in the case of the disappearance of 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard:

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